There comes a point in every notebooks' lifespan when it's time to upgrade the memory. However, the more compact the notebook, the more challenging it becomes for manufacturers to place every expansion slot on the bottom of computer where they are easily accessible. With sub-notebooks in particular, this leads to expansion ports getting tucked away in areas the end user is never meant to see...
With a little guidance from a Service Manual and equal measure of care, it's possible to perform notebook surgery and upgrade, the inaccessible!
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