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Original post by: mayer ,


Here's a picture of the logic board showing the tabs.

After breaking the first tab, you continued and broke the second?    To avoid more costly repairs, and the logic board is pretty expensive, I would suggest taking it to a older experienced technician who might be able to secure the RAM modules without replacing the logic board.  Soldering a new RAM receptacle onto a logic board is not something even I would want to attempt.  Honestly some people are just not cut out to do delicate computer repairs.