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Sony VPCCB3M1E - VPCCB3M1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCCB3M1E - VPCCB3M1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Upgrading Your VAIO

Upgrading Your VAIO Computer > Adding and Removing Memory n100 N ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Do not open the memory module package before you are ready to change the module. The package protects the module from ESD. Use the special bag supplied with the memory module or wrap the module in aluminum foil to protect it from ESD. Introducing any liquids, foreign substances, or objects into the memory module slots or other internal components of your computer will result in damage to the computer and any repair costs will not be covered by the warranty. Do not place the memory module in a location subject to: ❑ Heat sources such as radiators or air ducts ❑ Direct sunlight ❑ Excessive dust ❑ Mechanical vibration or shock ❑ Strong magnets or speakers that are not magnetically shielded ❑ Ambient temperature of more than 35°C or less than 5°C ❑ High humidity Handle the memory module with care. To avoid injuries to your hands and fingers, do not touch the edges of the components and circuit boards inside your computer.

Upgrading Your VAIO Computer > Adding and Removing Memory n101 N Removing and Installing a Memory Module To change or add a memory module 1 Shut down the computer and disconnect all peripheral devices. 2 Unplug the computer and remove the battery pack. 3 Wait about an hour until the computer cools down. 4 Remove the screw (indicated by the arrow below) on the bottom of the computer and remove the memory module compartment cover. ! Be sure to keep the removed screw for future use. 5 Touch a metal object to discharge static electricity.