Tools

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Parts

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Locate the two switches that lock the battery. Then push the left switch outward into the "unlocked" position. Then push the left switch outward into the "unlocked" position.
  • Locate the two switches that lock the battery.

  • Then push the left switch outward into the "unlocked" position.

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Now push and hold the right  switch to the right while using the other hand to gently slide the battery upwards out of the laptop. Now push and hold the right  switch to the right while using the other hand to gently slide the battery upwards out of the laptop.
  • Now push and hold the right switch to the right while using the other hand to gently slide the battery upwards out of the laptop.

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You need a rechargeable Li-Ion battery that has a capacity of 4400 mAh. You need a rechargeable Li-Ion battery that has a capacity of 4400 mAh.
  • You need a rechargeable Li-Ion battery that has a capacity of 4400 mAh.

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Remove both Phillips screws. Then take away the cover.
  • Remove both Phillips screws.

  • Then take away the cover.

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Push the marked claws to the side, to make the RAM accessible. Push the marked claws to the side, to make the RAM accessible. Push the marked claws to the side, to make the RAM accessible.
  • Push the marked claws to the side, to make the RAM accessible.

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To remove the RAM, you need to pull the RAM into the shown direction out of its connector. To remove the RAM, you need to pull the RAM into the shown direction out of its connector.
  • To remove the RAM, you need to pull the RAM into the shown direction out of its connector.

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Conclusion

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

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Are these DDR3 SODIMMs ?

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