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Cannabalising a laptop


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Frasier

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I have a defunct Dell C640 and would like to remove the memory and upgrade another Dell which is still working and which has the same type. I can't however find a way to get at the memory despite removing all the screws on the back. Can anyone advise as to how to access the memory?

Help will be greatly appreciated.
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Normally on a laptop if the memory modules aren't accessible from appropriate covers on the back panel, they can be found underneath the keyboard.
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Thanks - i'll look at that.
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