upgrading the ram in your dell inspiron 20 all-in-one computer

by:Ultimate     2020-11-25
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Credit: Angela Parker I \'ve been a \"laptop only\" girl for years, but my husband gave me an upgrade as I used graphics more and more deeply.
One thing that this upgrade needs to be the perfect tool for this job is an additional upgrade, just because when my husband is an electronics manufacturer, i\'m picky about paying an extra $100 for the same RAM more computer.
He kindly slowed down for me so I could record the whole experience and share the process with the world.
Credit: The Image of geralt is not responsible for damagesand before we start here, I would like to take a moment to announce myself, my husband, my relatives, both immediate and immediate. .
My colleagues, our dogs, our guinea pigs, stray cats who live nearby, and anyone who contacts me, are not responsible if you turn on the computer and screw it up.
If you are uncomfortable doing these things yourself, please pay someone else to do it and make sure they don\'t hold me accountable either.
If you have completely discharged all of my responsibility, then it is time to do some preparatory work.
Take out some small containers so you can separate the screws from their intended parts.
Clear your workspace and select a crossovertip (a. k. a. Phillips Head)
No magnetic screwdriver.
In fact, keep all the magnets away from your hard drive.
Plastic electronic tools are the best choice for this work, but we use a common small screwdriver with no magnetic tip.
Credit: Angela Parker\'s photo is very important, the TipsA couple must know some trivia before they can handle the interior of any electronics, never touch the pin . . . . . . Not RAM, wireless network card or motherboard or anything with electronic needle
You can usually identify the pin by the Golden and sharp look of the pin.
Credit: Angela Parker touch some metal first before dealing with any electronic interior to make sure you are out of the hospital.
The exquisite internal structure of electronic products simply does not handle the shocking experience well.
Make sure you do this every once in a while at work.
In the long run, it hurts your bank account if you don\'t make sure you\'re not angry, worse than your fingers.
The first thing to remove the hard drive is to remove the hard drive, which is a very easy location.
Carefully remove the lid, then disconnect the cable using the handy dandy small tape flap provided for your pull needs, and then remove the screws from their positions.
Carefully lift it out and put it aside with the screws.
We put the screws in a plastic container and mark them as HD for \"hard drive.
Credit: Angela Parker photos and image edits that separate the screen from the back cover after you take the hard drive out, it\'s time to keep removing the back cover.
It will be a bit tricky and nervous breakdown, but once you get in. . .
Only worse.
Stick to it and it will eventually become better.
Be sure to replace the hard cover and then proceed to remove the screws that fix the back cover.
After removing the screws, you will notice that the back cover will not move. . . at all.
There are very small \"teeth\" inside, hold it in place, so you have to pry it open very carefully with plastic tools to avoid damaging the seams.
Start prying at the gap in the center of the bottom of the back cover and work outward from there while avoiding two rubber parts.
Once you remove the bottom, carefully move up until the back cover releases the stand on the screen.
Turn the lid over from you;
It will still be connected by a small cable, so be careful not to tear it off.
Credit: Photos and edits by Angela parkron
The insertion and removal of the Assembly from here must remove the plate handling the control button, which also keeps the lid suspended by thread.
Carefully remove the screws on the fixing board, label them and place them on one side.
Next, by disconnecting the tiny antenna cable and removing the screws that fix it, then gently pull out the wireless card without disturbing the pin and carefully remove the wireless card.
Credit: Angela Parker\'s photos and edits go through layers of snow and everything that will get in the way of you is gone now, carefully undoing all the weensy cables that are currently connected to the motherboard.
After the cable is disconnected, it\'s time to remove the screws that can protect the motherboard from something unknown, but certainly terrible.
This armor is well taped down so once you get all the screws out, be careful to peel it off.
Credit: Angela Parker\'s photo and edit flip it like a turtle to reveal a softer green lower abdomen and then remove the screws that hold the green lower abdomen part to the silver armor part.
Flip the released green plate over, Ta-da!
You can see the Ram now.
Credit: Angela ParkerAfter basking photos and edits in glory, which is probably the best --
Hidden components in this entire computer, using your fingers will ensure that the elusive RAM is deployed in place.
It pops up when it\'s ready and you can slide it out and slide the replacement in.
You can then push the newly replaced RAM down so it can click in place to start the process of regrouping everything together.
Credit: Angela Parker\'s photos and edits now put them back together in reverse order, and we\'ll repeat everything we did before we put in the new RAM, so flip that green plank back and screw it back into its silver armor.
Screw the silver armor back in and plug all this in
Bitsy cable back.
Gently press the tape firmly back and slide the wireless card back to the correct position.
Replace the screws and antenna cables that belong to them on the wireless card, and then continue to screw the control button plate onto the back cover.
Credit: Photos and editors of Angela Parker carefully realign the outer cover to the screen and apply gentle pressure to realign the outer cover.
Replace the screws on the lid as if those small \"teeth\" hold the lid without revenge.
Remove the hard cover, carefully put the hard drive back into its nest, secure it tightly with screws, then insert it back in, and open the cover.
Credit: Photos and edits of Angela Parker credit, now is the \"better\" part of my commitment. . .
You have more RAM!
Trouble shooting tip: absolutely sure you were right when you first tried it because I don\'t know how to help you if something goes wrong.
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