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Introduction

The Memory module is a simple part to replace as it can be done within a few minutes without any hassle. Just remember to keep yourself ground or without static electricity because shocking the module OR the port itself can cause failure.

Image 1/1: Remember to disconnect the AC cable and other power sources from the device before replacing/repairing parts.
  • Lay the laptop with the battery facing towards you.

  • Remember to disconnect the AC cable and other power sources from the device before replacing/repairing parts.

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Image 1/1: The laptop itself will push the battery out for you once the switch slides all the way to the right.
  • Grab hold of the small battery slider and apply pressure to the right.

  • The laptop itself will push the battery out for you once the switch slides all the way to the right.

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  • Pull the battery out and let go of the battery slider.

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  • Use a PH1-screwdriver to loosen the 7mm screw. The screw will not fully come out as it is held by a washer underneath but will come out enough to open it.

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Image 1/1: Pull it back as it snaps out of the holding sockets.
  • Gently pull the back panel off starting from the battery side towards the back.

  • Pull it back as it snaps out of the holding sockets.

  • It is preferred to use both hands when pulling the back panel off to prevent bending it out of shape.

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  • Locate the memory stick inside.

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Image 1/2: Gently pull on the pins to release the spring holding in the module. Image 2/2: Gently pull on the pins to release the spring holding in the module.
  • On both sides of the module, place a thumb on each of the metallic holding pins.

  • Gently pull on the pins to release the spring holding in the module.

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Image 1/2: Pay in mind of the module's orientation as it will only go in one way with a little gap in the module to identify orientation. Image 2/2: Pay in mind of the module's orientation as it will only go in one way with a little gap in the module to identify orientation.
  • Gently slide the module out of the memory slot.

  • Pay in mind of the module's orientation as it will only go in one way with a little gap in the module to identify orientation.

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Conclusion

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

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