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This may seem odd but I’m having difficulty getting the RAM compartment door open. I’ve removed the screw and the cover seems free to slide a little bit but won’t come off. Any suggestions?
I’m reluctant to force it in case it breaks.
I had this trouble also, it does cone off easily and without damage if you slide a flat headed screwdriver down the underside of the cover and it pops open about half way down – repeat for the other side.
They are very tricky to get off – just be careful so you dont damage anything though – but as said already a flat head screw driver will soon sort you out.
I wouldn’t use the metal screw driver head as it could scratch the surface of the NC10. Run a plastic credit card around the edges. You have to apply a significant amount of pressure for the slots on the sides to release. Don’t worry though, this is the way it is supposed to be.
I just lifted up the hatch without any tools. It went a bit bendy in the middle but came off without much force in the end. And it went back on just fine. Making sure you dont strip the screw is more important!
wondering about putting the NC10s old stick in an old machine.
Is all DDR2 RAM backward compatible (with DDR2 slots that is), as in will it just step down to match my slowest component, whether that is the other stick of RAM or the bus?
once upon a time, both RAM slots had to have chips with exactly matching specs – did DDR2 do away with this?
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