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First, you should to remove the battery to avoid electric shocks Slide and unlock the battery, then, lift it Slide and unlock the battery, then, lift it
  • First, you should to remove the battery to avoid electric shocks

  • Slide and unlock the battery, then, lift it

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Remove the two screws with a not too large screwdriver Now lift the cover, the screws are part of the cover Now lift the cover, the screws are part of the cover
  • Remove the two screws with a not too large screwdriver

  • Now lift the cover, the screws are part of the cover

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Push the little aluminum locks at the top and the bottom of the ram The memory will lift, then pull it Make this with the another RAM slot
  • Push the little aluminum locks at the top and the bottom of the ram

  • The memory will lift, then pull it

  • Make this with the another RAM slot

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The new RAM memory should to be insert in a 45 degrees angle Then, push it and the memory will lock by itself Make this with the second memory
  • The new RAM memory should to be insert in a 45 degrees angle

  • Then, push it and the memory will lock by itself

  • Make this with the second memory

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Insert the cover from right to left, then, screw it If cover is lifted, press it softly and secure it If cover is lifted, press it softly and secure it
  • Insert the cover from right to left, then, screw it

  • If cover is lifted, press it softly and secure it

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Finish Line

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jimenezser

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Thanks for verifying the RAM replacement and that it was as easy as I thought it was, but that made me a bit nervous, being much more comfortable building desktops as large as my or my customer's budget would allow!

Take 'em out, put new ones back in. As a technical writer, I also appreciate that you kept it to the point without creating further questions to complicate that which is not complicated. Thanks again. Will check out some out your other work.

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