Image 1/1: Failing to disconnect or shut down the laptop could result in damage to the laptop or a shock hazard.
  • Shut down the laptop and disconnect the power cord

    • Failing to disconnect or shut down the laptop could result in damage to the laptop or a shock hazard.

  • Turn the laptop over

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Image 1/3: Remove the (4) visible 6mm T-7 screws Image 2/3: Use the blue plastic opening tool to carefully remove the rubber pad which covers the two remaining screws Image 3/3: Remove the remaining (2) 10mm T-7 screws
  • Remove the (6) visible 10mm T-7 screws

  • Remove the (4) visible 6mm T-7 screws

  • Use the blue plastic opening tool to carefully remove the rubber pad which covers the two remaining screws

  • Remove the remaining (2) 10mm T-7 screws

Step 2 is missing the 1 (10mm T-7 ) screw that is under a rubber pad in the bottom middle of the laptop. The picture shows this pad and screw already missing. Note the silver color instead of the black color of the rest of the bottom of the laptop.

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Image 1/1: If the cover seems stuck use a spudger tool to pry the sides
  • Carefully lift the cover upwards

    • If the cover seems stuck use a spudger tool to pry the sides

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Image 1/1: Push clips away from the RAM module, allowing the spring loaded hinge to pop up
  • Locate the RAM retaining clips

  • Push clips away from the RAM module, allowing the spring loaded hinge to pop up

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  • Carefully pull the RAM module away from the motherboard

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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