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How do I access Philips Freevent X65 memory?


DSY2

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I want to increase the RAM memory on my X65. I've had advice that to get to it either I have to take out the battery (straight forward) then remove the 4+ screws to take off the base (there are more than 4 screws and some look as if they are holding components), or to take out the keyboard (but no advice how). Both seem rather extreme so can someone who has actually done it give me some detailed directions please.

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robinofloxley

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Freevents docs (aka Twinhead) are very difficult to find.

Probably this doesn't help

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DSY2

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@Chronos

Thanks for your comment about the photos. I was using the ones I posted as email attachments hence their size. I'll post the originals which are full size on Photobucket and let you know when they are there.

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DSY2

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@ Chronos,

Hi, I've uploaded larger photos to Photobucket and look forward to hearing from you.

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KRONOS the First

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Had a look at the Photos and if it were me I would remove all the screws from the bottom of the X65 and see if the bottom of the case came away.

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