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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the ram is under your keyboard. on the sides of you keyboard the are tabs, 6 of them you need a small screw driver or something flat push in tabs starting on one side as you push them pry up gently on the keyboard till you have got the key board up then take out the 4 screws to expose the ram and mini pci slot where you NIC is located. Gently push the two tabs holding the ram in place away from the ram and pop it up. when you replace the ram it will go in at an angle and than you will press it down till the tabs clip in place note the location of the tabs to the notches on the ram before you pull it out. so you can see if you got it in all the way.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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