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A small screw got jammed into the memory slot. After we removed it, the camera will not power up. Any suggestions?

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A micro fuse probably blew out in the power supply circuit - take it to a camera repair shop to replace the fuse.

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I assume you already have an idea of the type of memory you will be needing and the maximum capacity of your laptop. If so you may proceed with the below instruction.

· Power your laptop down and remove the power cord.Remove the battery.

· Ground yourself using an ESD wrist strap or other method to prevent damage to your computer chips from static electricity.

· Locate the Memory Access door. You'll find this in the detailed specs for your computer retrieved from the Toshiba support site. In most cases, it will be on the underside of your laptop, but some Toshiba models place the RAM under the keyboard.

· Unscrew the screw for the Memory Access door. Place the screw in a small container to avoid losing it. Remove door.

· Remove the memory SODIMMs that you are replacing by gently pressing apart the latches at either end of the module. The RAM module will pop up to a 45 degree angle. Pull it from the slot at that angle.

· Align the new memory module in the slot, matching the notched edge of the RAM with the notch in the slot. Gently push it into place at a 45 degree angle. You won't be able to see the gold pins when it is fully in the slot.

· Gently rotate the module downward until you feel it click into place as the side clips catch the chip.

· Replace the memory access door and screws.

· Replace the battery.

· Power up the computer and check to be sure that the new memory is recognized.

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First of all you need to know the limitation of your the Laptop from its specifications. Know the right type of memory and maximum capacity of your laptop. For your case, I've researched and you may have 2GB maximum on your laptop with 1GB maximum each slot of type DDR2 PC2-5300. Then follow the below instruction.


· Power your laptop down and remove the power cord.Remove the battery.

· Ground yourself using an ESD wrist strap or other method to prevent damage to your computer chips from static electricity.

· Locate the Memory Access door. You'll find this in the detailed specs for your computer retrieved from the Toshiba support site. In most cases, it will be on the underside of your laptop, but some Toshiba models place the RAM under the keyboard.

· Unscrew the screw for the Memory Access door. Place the screw in a small container to avoid losing it. Remove door.

· Remove the memory SODIMMs that you are replacing by gently pressing apart the latches at either end of the module. The RAM module will pop up to a 45 degree angle. Pull it from the slot at that angle.

· Align the new memory module in the slot, matching the notched edge of the RAM with the notch in the slot. Gently push it into place at a 45 degree angle. You won't be able to see the gold pins when it is fully in the slot.

· Gently rotate the module downward until you feel it click into place as the side clips catch the chip.

· Replace the memory access door and screws.

· Replace the battery.

· Power up the computer and check to be sure that the new memory is recognized.

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If you are referring to a memory card READER (like a slot to read compact flash or camera SD cards) no, I don't believe a D600 has one of those.

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if you feel technically inclined you can open the camera carefully and take it apart to the point where you can remove the upper circuit board ( NOTE 1: make a careful note of every screw you remove since they are different size and need to be used exactly in the same order) and then the small black plastic assembly above the circuit board below, you can see the defective switch on top of the 2nd board, remove the plastic part of the switch until you see the bare 2 contacts on the circuit board, solder a small piece of wire to bridge the contacts, now very carefully reassemble the camera observing the exact order of screws used, see NOTE 1. If everything is back in order insert the battery and the camera should work now.
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  2. Open memory compartment on bottom using Philips screw driver
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I found the solution to roger2 and my own problem. The secondary memory add-on slot is on the bottom of the unit, and can be accessed by removing one screw and the slot cover. The other, main memory slot is actually located underneath the keyboard. You should shut down the computer completely, unplug the power plug, and also remove the laptop battery before installing memory. Also, it may void your warranty if you mess around inside of your laptop, so please keep this in mind. You will need to take a very thin flat head screwdriver to gently pry up the panel above the F1-F12 keys. The panel is the entire plastic piece covering the speakers that has the power on, play, stop, ff, rw buttons on it. I used a very thin and flat hair clip that I found laying around to pry up the edges starting from the Pause/Break key moving left towards the ESC key. The screen lid has to be opened all the way for the piece to be completely removed. Once that is taken off, you will see two small screws holding the keyboard in place. Remove these two screws and gently pull out the thin ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the laptop. The ribbon cable is located directly underneath the spacebar, so move slowly and carefully when removing the keyboard so as not to damage anything. In the center of the exposed area, there is a sort of rectangular metal cover with two screws holding it in place. The one that is about the same size as the slot cover on the other memory slot is the correct one. Remove the screws and open the metal cover. Underneath is the other memory slot. After you install the other memory stick, if you have 4 GB of total RAM, you should know that in 32-bit operating systems, Windows will only be able to use approximately 3.0-3.5GB of RAM. This is because of a limitation of 32 Bit Windows operating systems, and not because of the RAM itself. Only 64-bit operating systems will be able to use all 4 GB. On my system for example, I have the same Toshiba M105-S3041 laptop as you do, running Windows XP Home with two 2 GB sticks, and My Computer properties shows that I have 2.99 GB memory.

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First thin you have to remember is if you want to have to memories in parallel...Then the new one should be of the same size and frequency(ex:133Mhz,533Mhz..etc.,)Then folow these steps:
  1. Turn off the computer and remove all power cords from the computer system.
  2. Locate the panel used for access to the memory modules. This is generally located on the bottom of the laptop computer. Refer to your laptop instruction manuals for locating the panel.
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  3. Remove any screws that the panel in place and place somewhere safe to prevent losing it.
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  4. Remove the panel from the laptop and set aside.
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  5. If replacing or upgrading an existing memory module, remove the memory modules by undoing and module clamps and gently lifting the edge of the module to a 45-degree angle and then pulling the module out of the slot.
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  6. Align the notch of the memory module with that of the memory slot and gently insert the module into the slot at a 45-degree angle.
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  7. Once all the pins are in the slot, gently rotate the module down flat until the clamps lock into the module into place.
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  8. Replace the memory access panel onto the laptop computer.
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  9. Replace any screws or fasteners that hold the panel in place.
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  10. Replace the power cord and power up your computer system.



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