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Postby janwilli » Wed May 31, 2006 11:23 am

Does anyone know where the memory slots are located in my Amilo M 1451G? (I suppose they are in the same place in all Amilo M's). I don't want to complete disassembly my computer, if it's not necessary.

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Postby Rocco » Wed May 31, 2006 3:42 pm

the memory slots are under your keyboard. Please read your user manual easyguide.

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Postby doctorpink » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:51 pm

Rocco wrote:the memory slots are under your keyboard. Please read your user manual easyguide.

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I have the Amilo 1650G. There is no reference to RAM location in my easy guide, just a warning that RAM should only be replaced by a professional!! I just want to replace the 2 x 128 with 2 x 512
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Postby aspettl » Fri Jul 21, 2006 10:48 am

The memory slots are under your keyboard, too. According to marcus.fox you have to be very careful with the screws.

A photo:
http://www.amilo-forum.de/files/dsc09624_109.jpg

(German posting of marcus.fox:
http://www.amilo-forum.de/topic,2723,-S ... html#41078 )

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Postby doctorpink » Fri Jul 21, 2006 11:20 am

aspettl wrote:The memory slots are under your keyboard, too. According to marcus.fox you have to be very careful with the screws.

A photo:
http://www.amilo-forum.de/files/dsc09624_109.jpg

(German posting of marcus.fox:
http://www.amilo-forum.de/topic,2723,-S ... html#41078 )

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Many thanks. I see the RAM. My German is bad!! What is the importance of the screws????

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Postby aspettl » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:54 pm

Sorry, somehow I forgot to answer :oops:

doctorpink wrote:What is the importance of the screws????

They are very hard to unscrew, you need special tools for to not destroy them...

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Postby Jonek » Sun Aug 06, 2006 1:30 pm

To get to the RAM in the m1451g, you have to somehow split the top half with the keyboard from the bottom half as I understand it.
But which screws to unscrew?
The 2 at the back or some of the ones underneath?
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