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Beginners Guide: Fujitsu Lifebook P770 Memory Upgrade

Beginners Guide: Fujitsu Lifebook P770 Memory Upgrade  - PCSTATS
Abstract: There comes a point in every notebooks lifespan when it's time to upgrade the memory. Follow along as PCSTATS outlines the steps to upgrade the P770's hidden memory slot.
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External Mfg. Website: Crucial.com May 17 2012   Max Page  
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Step 3b) Removing the keyboard

The next step is to gently pull up the thin keyboard which is stuck down with a half dozen small squares of very sticky tape to the aluminum EMI shield below.

The easiest way to go about this is lift up the top right corner with the plastic credit card and methodically work your way along the top to the left, carefully lifting up the edge without bending the thin aluminum keyboard or damaging the electrical contact strip at the far right (see photo below).

Eventually the small adhesive squares will give up and the keyboard will pop free of the aluminum EMI shield below. The keyboard is connected to the rest of the notebook with a thin electrical strip, so you can't just pick it up and put it aside.

This is the keyboard's electrical contact strip. Be very careful with this thin strip of plastic, damage to it means the keyboard will have to be replaced. Five small squares of the black sticky tape are visible here (above)

Fold the keyboard up and out of the way without disconnecting the flat wire harness going into the notebook.

The hidden 204-pin SODIMM memory socket we need to access is behind this aluminum EMI panel (above, marked in red highlight). To access it, lift of the small strip of black tape (at right of the red-highlighted area) and set it aside, you'll need to reuse this tape so do not discard it..

After peeling up the tape, slide the aluminum panel to the left to disengage the locking tabs.

Lift the aluminum panel up and set it aside, the hidden 204-pin SODIMM DDR3 memory slot is now accessible.

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Contents of Article: Crucial.com Fujitsu Lifebook P770
 Pg 1.  Beginners Guide: Fujitsu Lifebook P770 Memory Upgrade
 Pg 2.  Step 3.) Installing the Hidden Memory Slot
 Pg 3.  — Step 3b) Removing the keyboard
 Pg 4.  Step 3c) Putting it back Together Again

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