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Sony VPCSB1C5E - VPCSB1C5E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCSB1C5E - VPCSB1C5E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Upgrading Your VAIO

Upgrading Your VAIO Computer > n136 N Upgrading Your VAIO Computer Your VAIO computer and memory modules use high precision components and electronic connectors technology. To avoid invalidation of the warranty during your product warranty period, we recommend that: ❑ You should contact your dealer to install a new memory module. ❑ You should not install it yourself, if you are not familiar with upgrading memory on a computer. ❑ You should not touch the connectors or open the memory module compartment cover. For assistance, contact an authorized Sony service/support center. To find the nearest center or agent, see Finding More about Your VAIO Computer (page 5). The type of module and the amount of memory installed on your computer may differ depending on the model you purchased. See the specifications to find out about the configuration of your computer.

Upgrading Your VAIO Computer > Adding and Removing Memory n137 N Adding and Removing Memory If you want to expand the functionality of your computer, you can increase the amount of memory by replacing the installed memory module. Before you upgrade your computer's memory, read the notes and procedures in the following pages. Notes on adding memory modules ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Be sure to place your computer on a flat surface before adding or removing memory modules. Be careful when changing memory. Improper installation of memory modules may cause damage to your system. This damage may void your manufacturer's warranty. Only use memory modules that are compatible with your computer. If a memory module is not detected by the computer or the Windows operating system becomes unstable, contact the sales dealer or the manufacturer of your memory module. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Before touching a memory module, ensure the following: ❑ ❑ ❑ The procedures described in this document assume user familiarity with the general terminology associated with personal computers and with the safety practice and regulatory compliance requirements for using and modifying electronic equipment. Turn off your computer and disconnect it from its power sources (battery pack and AC adapter) and from any telecommunication links or networks before you remove any cover or panel from the computer. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or equipment damage. ESD can damage memory modules and other components. Install the memory module only at an ESD workstation. If such a station is not available, do not work in a carpeted area, and do not handle materials that produce or hold static electricity (cellophane wrappers, for example). Ground yourself by maintaining contact with an unpainted metal portion of the chassis while performing the procedure.