Image 1/2: Lift the panel up and out of the way. Image 2/2: Lift the panel up and out of the way.
  • Use a bit driver and a Phillips #0 bit to remove the one 5 mm retaining screw.

  • Lift the panel up and out of the way.

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Image 1/3: After the retainer arms are free, push the chip towards the top of the netbook. This will free the chip for removal. Image 2/3: After the retainer arms are free, push the chip towards the top of the netbook. This will free the chip for removal. Image 3/3: After the retainer arms are free, push the chip towards the top of the netbook. This will free the chip for removal.
  • The RAM chip is secured by two retaining arms that run parallel with the chip. Gently pull these arms in opposite directions off of the chip.

  • After the retainer arms are free, push the chip towards the top of the netbook. This will free the chip for removal.

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Image 1/2: Reattach both securing arms onto the sides of the RAM chip. Image 2/2: Reattach both securing arms onto the sides of the RAM chip.
  • Push the replacement RAM into the original position.

  • Reattach both securing arms onto the sides of the RAM chip.

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Image 1/2: With the bit driver and Phillips #0 bit, secure the panel down with one screw. Image 2/2: With the bit driver and Phillips #0 bit, secure the panel down with one screw.
  • Place the panel back into the securing slots and let it rest in its original position.

  • With the bit driver and Phillips #0 bit, secure the panel down with one screw.

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Conclusion

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

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