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How add memory module

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  • Anonymous Jun 25, 2008

    Sorry but I've tried to remove this panel, without wrecking the top. How does it physically come off?
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Http://www.edgetechcorp.com/videos/viewer-memory.asp?video=desktop..this webpage wud help u

Adding memory is a trick - it is located under the panel to the left of the touch pad.
all the best
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