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You need to google the exact model to find out the memory you need. Unhook the power and turn over the laptop. Remove the battery as well. i can't find the manual for that model but there should be a small door probably with a couple screws holding it closed. remove the screws to access the memory.
On each side of the memory chip you will see tabs. GENTLY move them away from the chip. it should pop up on an angle. remove the memory and repeat the same step if there are two slots and you intend to replace both chips.
When you remove the memory note where the slot on the bottom of the memory chip is. Replace the bottom chip first by gently sliding it into the connector. When it is seated push down on the chip gently till it clicks into place. repeat the same with the second memory chip.
After you are done put the cover back on with the screws.
Turn over the laptop and reboot and watch to see that the memory has been recognized.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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