Soldering ram slot on the logic board
While performing a repair I may have bent the logic board enough to cause the RAM slot closer to the keyboard to become loosened. Now any RAM stick I use in this slow will cause the computer to hang and reboot. The other RAM slot works fine.
I was planning on using a thin soldering iron to reconnect any broken circuits connecting the RAM in place. I see thin copper wires from the logic board to the RAM slot that I may need to investigate. You can see them below the barcode sticker in this image.
Has anyone performed a similar repair before?
Is this a good question?