Introduction

If your files are corrupted or you see the blue screen of death you might have a faulty RAM. The RAM is an acronym for Random Access Memory which is where data currently in use are kept. This guide will show you how to replace a faulty RAM.

Pièces

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Make sure you turn off the device before starting.
  • Make sure you turn off the device before starting.

  • Flip the device over and so the white bar code is on the right.

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Slide the battery latch all the way to the left until you hear the click and see the battery prop up.
  • Slide the battery latch all the way to the left until you hear the click and see the battery prop up.

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  • Rotate the battery up and remove it.

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  • Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 8mm screws from the panel.

  • Take a spudger and wedge it between the panel and the base of the device.

  • Push down on the spudger until you hear a click sound.

  • Slide the spudger along the panel and continue to push down until the panel is completely detached.

  • Remove the panel.

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  • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the four 8mm screws holding down the hard drive.

  • Take the spudger and prop up the connector so it is no longer attached.

  • Use the spudger and prop up the hard drive and remove it.

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  • Locate the two RAM cards.

  • Using your finger, pull the two small pins back from the RAM causing it to pop up.

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  • Once popped up, pull the ram out.

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Conclusion

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

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