How to remove laptop keyboard?

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Hi, how do I remove the keyboard on my Fujitsu/Siemens Amilo L7300 to add ram?
 
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Pluun said:
Hi, how do I remove the keyboard on my Fujitsu/Siemens Amilo L7300 to add ram?
Check the underside first. There might be a little panel that pops off when two or three screws are removed. The panel would say RAM or Memory on it. Otherwise you have to do some extra work. I know how to do it, but I'm not very good at explaining things in words. It isn't very difficult though. The keyboard is physically attached to the computer with a couple of screws and then a ribbon connector. Remove those items and the keyboard is free. In order to get to the screws that hold the keyboard on you usually have to pop off part of the keyboard. Its like the piece of plastic that covers the hinges...Hard for me to explain. Check the manufacture's website for information.
 
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Saw a posting on another web site they said its under the keyboard, under a heatsink.The person said it wasn't to hard to do . http://www.ureader.co.uk/message/340384.aspx I've only seen keyboards held down two ways (a) trim covering screws usually identified by small slots that let you insert a screw driver to carefully pop up.(b) screws from underneath , a little trickier to find.Well here is best I can do its not in english but maybe it will help nice pics http://www.amilo-forum.de/topic,275,-Amilo+L7300+Hauptspeicher+erweitern.html Good Luck let us know if you are successful.
 
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