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Topic # 5476 31-Oct-2005 18:45
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Hey,

ok im really stuck here, normally laptops have a panel on the base that allows easy access to the ram ? correct?. the NEC versa M400 apparenlty does not... i dont want to have to pull the entire thing apart just to replace the ram, if i have to tho i have to. can anyone tell me where the ram is on this laptop?

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Reply # 22379 31-Oct-2005 19:30
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Is it under the keyboard?? Im sure one of my laptops was a rebadged NEC with a lift up KB... but i could be wrong.




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Reply # 22386 31-Oct-2005 21:02
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thanks ill check it out

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Reply # 22394 1-Nov-2005 06:26
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you need to lift the keyboard from the top egde with a screw driver or a knife. Then there will be a thin metal panal with 4 or 5 screws in it, remove that and you should find the RAM. by the way yes it does feel like you may break the keyboard at first but its ok.



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Reply # 22416 1-Nov-2005 12:18
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thanks heaps, the laptop is with my mrs atm 4 hrs away ill let u know how i go after the w/end

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