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I got my NC10 a week ago and I am trying to upgrade the ram. I have an small philips screwdriver but the screw will not come out. I have tried it so hard that the nail head is starting to deteriorate. Am I doing something wrong???
Lefty losey, righty tighty????
Unless you are in Australia…. ;o)
No the screw heads are easy to damage, just make sure you have the right sized screwdriver.
One of the screws in mine was so tight that I stripped the head and had to use a drill on it.
Counterclockwise to remove, yup thats what I’ve been doing.
I think my screw is just really tight like Alfihar said so i’ll try to get a powerdrill
Thanks for the help
Unfortunately it seems that the screws aren’t very tough. You aren’t the first to have reported a similar problem although I’ve not yet heard of anyone who didn’t manage to get in eventually.
Careful with the drill though, before drilling I’d try and just remove the whole back instead, with the hope that all the other screws come out ok.
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