Question about E-Machines Computers & Internet
Hi, this is quite straight forward. Either side of your memory you a little leaver, push these downward toward the motherboard. Be carefull when handling memory sticks, only hold on the edges, as they are sensitive to static. Check to see what memory type you have and once you have purchased your new memory, repeat the proceedure. You have to push quite hard to get the memory to sit in slot properly, but you will see the two small leavers come back up into the lock position. Ensure you have the memory round the right way when fitting.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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