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Where is the memory slot located on inspiron m5030 and where can i get instructon on how to replace it and upgrade it.

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There may be one located under the keyboard...there should be screws on the bottom that have a keyboard symbol next to them..remove these to remove the keyboard and carefully lift the keyboard to avoid pulling on the ribbon cable

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/insM5030/en/sm/index.htm


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When i turn on dell inspiron m5030 it beep 3 times then go off???


Looks like the motherboard died.

Beep codes from m5030 manual found here: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/insM5030/en/index.htm


Beep Code Possible Problem:


One - Possible system board failure or BIOS ROM checksum
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Five - Real Time Clock failure
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Jun 25, 2012 | Dell Inspiron M5030 2800B3D 156Inch Laptop

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Memory upgrade


According to Dells website, the max RAM is 6 gb for that model.
http://www.dell.com/us/p/inspiron-15-m5030/pd

Jun 05, 2012 | Dell Inspiron M5030 2800B3D 156Inch Laptop

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I just upgraded memory and my b130 only reads the A slot


Re-seat the memory modules. If that doesn't work try swapping the modules to see if one is defective. If both modules work in slot A then you have a damaged slot B memory slot and the motherboard needs to be replaced.

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I need to find out how to replce the memory sticks on a dell inspiron m5030


you will need to go to the Dell site and enter your model number and the user guide and download it. It should be in PDF format.
this will give you detailed instruction on how to replace and upgrade you laptop.
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The other memory module goes under the keyboard.

Here's how to replace them from Dell Support,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/xps140M/en/sm/upgrades.htm#wp999869

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http://www.ubuntu1501.com/2007/02/upgrading-your-ram-guide.html

Here is a nice visual for you of where the ram is located. ( On bottom- not under keyboard for your model)

Hope this helps :)

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Installing Memory


Hi

Yes, you can replace/upgrate the memory module under the keyboard.

Before you proceed, note that Dell Inspiron 2650 uses DDR200 3.3V SODIMM modules. Also, memory module capacities supported are 128MB and 256MB with a Maximum memory of 512MB. If the current memory installed is 128MB, you need to order 2x 256MB modules to replace/upgrade both memory slots. If the installed capacity is 256MB, you just need another 256MB for the slot underneath the laptop.

Check "Removing the Keyboard" for guide removing the keyboard to access the 2nd memory slot.

Read "Preparing to Work Inside the Computer" before committing to the above procedure.

Let me know how you get on.

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The memory inside is fixed but there is an open slot . Just open the access panel on the back and the slot is there. You can add up to 1GB

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