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Introduction

If your computer is running slower than you would like, use this guide to replace your RAM. This model will support up to 8GB of RAM.

Parts

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  1. Turn the device over so the back plate is facing up.
    • Turn the device over so the back plate is facing up.

  2. Use a  Philips Head PH1 screwdriver to remove 10 screws around the perimeter of the back plate.
    • Use a Philips Head PH1 screwdriver to remove 10 screws around the perimeter of the back plate.

    • Place screws where they cannot be lost as they will be used to replace the back plate.

  3. Remove the back plate by lifting it straight up.
    • Remove the back plate by lifting it straight up.

  4. Push away the tabs on the left and right sides of the RAM cartridge to release the cartridge.
    • Push away the tabs on the left and right sides of the RAM cartridge to release the cartridge.

    • Another pair of hands will make the process easier.

  5. Slide the cartridge directly away from its housing. Slide the cartridge directly away from its housing.
    • Slide the cartridge directly away from its housing.

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One Comment

You did not replace the RAM, nor give specifications on what RAM to replace it with (DDR3 1600 SDRAM DIMM etc)

Especially as it does not look like normal laptop memory (SODIMM)

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