Introduction

RAM may need to be replaced if it is faulty or if a larger capacity is desired.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/3: The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed. Image 2/3: The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed. Image 3/3: The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed.
  • Remove the one Phillips #0 screw at the bottom-center of the panel covering the RAM and remove the panel.

  • The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed.

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Image 1/2: The RAM will rise out when clear of the metal tabs. Do not force it into the up position. Image 2/2: The RAM will rise out when clear of the metal tabs. Do not force it into the up position.
  • Use your hands to pull the two metal tabs away from the RAM.

  • The RAM will rise out when clear of the metal tabs. Do not force it into the up position.

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Image 1/2: Be careful not to touch the metal contacts on the bottom of the RAM as this may damage it. Image 2/2: Store the RAM in an anti-static bag or a non-conductive surface, such as a stone or wooden table.
  • Pull out the RAM.

  • Be careful not to touch the metal contacts on the bottom of the RAM as this may damage it.

  • Store the RAM in an anti-static bag or a non-conductive surface, such as a stone or wooden table.

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Conclusion

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

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