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ThinkPad accepts PPC2700 chips up to 2 GB.

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  1. Flip the laptop over so the underside is facing you, then, release the 2 clips holding the battery on.
    • Flip the laptop over so the underside is facing you, then, release the 2 clips holding the battery on.

    • Make sure the laptop is off when you do this, sudden power outages can cause data corruption.

  2. Carefully grab the battery, then pull it straight out, not at an angle.
    • Carefully grab the battery, then pull it straight out, not at an angle.

  3. Unscrew the pictured screwed holding the memory cover in place.
    • Unscrew the pictured screwed holding the memory cover in place.

  4. Pry the cover open carefully (flathead screwdriver might help)
    • Pry the cover open carefully (flathead screwdriver might help)

    • To remove the RAM memory stick, push both metal pieces holding it in place outwards, and the stick will pop up.

    • Pull the stick out carefully.

    • In order to replace the other stick, refer to the keyboard replacement tutorial. The other SODIMM is easily accessible with the keyboard removed.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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