In this section we'll show you how to upgrade the hidden
memory slot in a Fujitsu Lifebook P770 series sub-notebook. Let's Begin...
The P770 notebook
has one "user serviceable memory slot" on
the bottom of the computer. Two small phillips screws need to be removed, but that's
easy. This is common to most notebooks and the path to upgrade this memory module
is straightforward. Depending on how the notebook is configured, this slot may be
populated with SODIMM DDR3 module, or it may be empty.
To get to the second SODIMM DDR3 slot the keyboard needs
to carefully be removed.
To do this you'll need a thin piece of soft plastic, like
an old credit card or thin plastic rule. Along the upper top of the keyboard is
a chrome plated strip of thin plastic that locks in the keyboard. The first step
is to carefully remove this bit of plastic without damaging anything.
If you're using an old credit card, cut it so there's a
90-degree corner to work with. The chrome plated strip of plastic is locked in
place by small tabs, it needs to be slid to the right about 5mm to disengage the five or so tabs before
it will lift out.
use the edge of the credit card to lift the right
edge of the chrome plated plastic strip up just enough to clear the black plastic
chassis surrounding the keyboard. Don't try and lift it out totally, this corner
of plastic just needs to pop out slightly.
Next, slide the entire piece to the right about half a
tabs holding the chrome plated plastic strip in place will have disengaged and the strip
can then be lifted out of the slot.