Question about Computers & Internet
Turn off the computer, open the case, then find the memory sticks that are already installed. there will be clips on either side of the slot. move those gently away from each other and they will open up slightly. Then slide the stick into the slot and push down. If it doesn't go in, check to make sure it isn't in backwards, there is a slot in the stick that will only allow it to be inserted the correct way. once you have it creectly alligned, press down until the clips snap into place.
This is how to physically put more memory in, but make sure that what you've bought is compatible, and matches or replaces the sticks already in place.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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