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Compaq Armada 1573D - How to get access to the RAM slot

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Old December 25th 15, 10:37 PM posted to alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq
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Default Compaq Armada 1573D - How to get access to the RAM slot


i google'd half the net about this model and couldn't find anything useful about it. I want to upgrade the RAM for this laptop (got an EDO 64MB RAM modul that is compatible) and as far I know, it is not necessary to completely dismantle it (?). Only the Keyboard has to be removed to gain access to the RAM slot...I am looking for a guide of how to get access to the RAM slot.. If possible with illustrations. Can anyone help? I am afraid that I will damage something when I try to open it without having any information.


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