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Memory upgrade How do i replace the memory? I have taken all the screws out but cannot pull the 2 halves apart.

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This is the link

http://www.memorystock.com/memory/ToshibaTecraM1.html

In that web page come down little bit u have

1)Memory Installation Video Link
2)Laptop Memory SODIMM Installation Guide Link

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