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Installing memory in dell lattitude c400

Currently have 2 128mb and upgrading with 2 512mb. Replaced the one in the back, but don't know where the other module goes

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  • ManuelLinar Jun 25, 2008

    Thanks, but I did remove the keyboard and the memory is not visible. I found another website that indicated that one of the memory modules was not "user accessible"; so I have given up on it.

  • ManuelLinar Sep 23, 2008

    It seems helpful, however I returned the other module and I am happy with one 128 and one 512. Thank you very much!

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Remove the keyboard, remove the plate with screw numbered 1-6 and u will see the intern memory infront of u

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I have one of these myself, love it. The other memory chip is under the keyboard. Remove the plastic strip that has the power button on it, and you'll see the four screws holding the keyboard. Once you get the keyboard off you'll see the other memory chip.

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