此手冊提供的指示將引導您更換或升級您的 HP TouchSmart PC 的記憶體與硬碟。 升級步驟開始 請您參閱產品規格了解系統升級可能性的資訊，再決定是否為電腦升級或進行維護。 請到 http://www.hp.com/support 參閱產品資訊。 在嘗試升級或維護 HP TouchSmart PC 之前，請閱讀下列事項。 這些程序是假設您已熟悉與個人電腦相關的一般術語，熟悉使用和修改電子設備的安全操作並確實遵 守這些法規。 請記錄並妥善保存電腦的型號和序號、所有安裝選項，以及關於電腦的其他資訊。 這麼一來需要時就 可以隨時查閱這些資訊，而不需再打開電腦查看。 建議您在處理電腦時，戴上防靜電腕帶並站立在導電泡棉墊上。 拆開與裝回 HP TouchSmart PC 時，Hewlett-Packard 建議您使用尖端帶有磁性的螺絲起子，以更簡易 地拆卸與鎖回螺絲。 警告： 拆卸記憶體外蓋或背板時，請務必中斷 HP TouchSmart PC 與電源的連接。 若沒有執行這些動作就拆開 HP TouchSmart PC 或進行任何程序，可能會導致人身傷害或裝備的損壞。 升級與維護手冊...
拆開電腦 為了避免人身傷害及設備損壞，在拆開 HP TouchSmart PC 之前，請務必依照順序完成下列步驟。 移除所有連接在 HP TouchSmart PC 的外接式裝置 （CD、DVD、記憶卡、USB 裝置、Pocket Media Drive 以及外接式硬碟機） 。 警告事項： 靜電會損壞 HP TouchSmart PC 或選購設備的電子組件。 請碰觸一下接地金屬物體，確保您已釋放出 靜電。 ™ 點選 Windows Vista [ 開始 ] 按鈕 ，然後點選 [ 關機 ]。 警告： 為了降低電擊或觸及過熱表面等人身傷害的風險，請務必從牆上電源插座拔下電源線，並讓內部系統組 件先冷卻一下再觸碰。 系統完全關閉後，自...
用您的手指伸進外蓋 (A) 左下角的間隔，然後輕拉拆卸接頭外蓋。 拔除所有連接在 HP TouchSmart PC 背部的連接線。 將電腦面朝下放置在柔軟、平坦的表面。 為了保護觸控螢幕面板避免刮傷或其他損壞，HP 建議您在 電腦下鋪一條毯子、毛巾或其他軟布。 升級與維護手冊...
拆卸與更換記憶體模組 您的 HP TouchSmart PC 中有隨機存取記憶體 (RAM)，可以暫時儲存電腦上的資料和指令。 HP TouchSmart PC 隨附一或兩組記憶體模組供您更換。 開始之前 請留意下列要求再進行拆卸與更換記憶體模組。 主機板含有 SO-DIMM （小型雙插入式記憶體模組）專用的插槽。 下列圖示中圓圈位置即為記憶體模組配 對凹槽。 若要判定您 HP TouchSmart PC 使用的記憶體模組之類型和速度，以及取得特定記憶體模組的資訊和規 格，請到：www.hp.com/support。 警告事項： 使用錯誤的記憶體模組類型可能會使電腦受損。 升級與維護手冊...
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Table of Contents Start Here............................. 1 Safety Information ........................2 Locating Components........................ 2 Opening the Computer ......................3 Removing and Replacing a Memory Module ..................7 Removing a Memory Module ..................... 8 Replacing a Memory Module....................10 Removing and Replacing the Hard Disk Drive ................. 14 Removing the Hard Disk Drive ....................
It is recommended that you use an antistatic wrist strap and stand on a conductive foam pad when working on the computer. Hewlett-Packard recommends that you use a magnetic-tipped screwdriver when opening and closing the HP TouchSmart PC, to make it easier to remove and install the screws.
Safety Information This product has not been evaluated for connection to an “IT” power system (an AC distribution system with no direct connection to the earth, according to IEC 60950). WARNING: Please read “Additional Safety Information” in the Limited Warranty, Support, and System Recovery Guide before installing and connecting your system to the electrical power system.
Opening the Computer To avoid injury and equipment damage, always complete the following steps in order, when opening the HP TouchSmart PC. Remove all media and external devices (CDs, DVDs, memory cards, USB devices, pocket media drive, and external hard disk drives) from the HP TouchSmart PC. CAUTION: Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the HP TouchSmart PC or optional equipment.
Remove the connector cover by inserting your finger under the gap on the bottom-left side of the cover (A), and then pulling gently. Disconnect all other attached cables from the back of the HP TouchSmart PC. Place the computer face-down on a soft flat surface. HP recommends that you set down a blanket, towel, or other soft cloth to protect the touch screen surface from scratches or other damage.
Apply additional pressure to lift the computer stand as far as it will go to an upright position, about 90 degrees (A) from the computer, and then move the latch to the right until it is in the locked position (B). Remove the screw that secures the hard disk drive/memory cover to the back of the computer.
Insert your fingertips just under the cover, and then pull up firmly to release the tabs. Slide the cover out toward you to remove it, and then set it aside. To replace a memory module, see “Removing and Replacing a Memory Module”...
Removing and Replacing a Memory Module Your HP TouchSmart PC comes with random access memory (RAM), which temporarily stores data and instructions on your computer. The HP TouchSmart PC ships with one or two memory modules that you can replace. Before you begin Observe the following requirements before removing and replacing the memory module.
Removing a Memory Module Before you begin this procedure, follow the procedures in “Start Here” on page 1. Locate the memory module EMI shield (A), hook a finger through the shield loop, and then lift it up and out of the way (B). CAUTION: When handling a memory module, be careful not to touch any of the contacts.
Push the two latches of the retaining clips away from the memory module. It may be easier to push one latch at a time. The memory module pops up at an angle. Both memory modules can be removed by using the same procedure. Lift the memory module from the memory socket.
Replacing a Memory Module Upgrade the memory in your HP TouchSmart PC with memory of the same type and speed as the memory originally installed. The capacity for both memory modules must match for optimal performance. Both memory modules can be installed by using the same procedure listed below. CAUTION: When handling a memory module, be careful not to touch any of the contacts.
Slide the memory module all the way into the memory slot, until the gold edge is almost completely hidden in the slot, and then push down the outer edge of the memory module until the retaining clips snap into place. CAUTION: The memory module must be inserted all the way into the slot before it is snapped down into place;...
Replace the memory module EMI shield. Replace the hard disk drive/memory cover by lowering it into place, and sliding it so the slots on the cover fit into the grooves under the computer stand. The cover snaps into place with a click as the side tabs engage with the grooves in the computer. When the cover is replaced properly, it will be flush with the larger back cover.
Replace the screw that secures the hard disk drive cage to the chassis. NOTE: If a blank screen is displayed after you replace or add a memory module, the memory is installed incorrectly, or it is the wrong type of memory. Remove and reinstall the memory module. You have completed this procedure successfully! Now, place the computer upright on a flat surface with the stand in a safe and open position.
Removing and Replacing the Hard Disk Drive You can replace or upgrade the hard disk drive. The hard disk drive is a Serial ATA (advanced technology attachment) drive, which uses a narrow data cable. CAUTION: Before removing the hard disk drive, back up any personal files on the hard disk drive to an external storage device, such as a DVD.
While the hard disk drive is still in the computer, disconnect the power and data cables on the hard disk drive, by pressing down the latches and then removing them from the drive. Remove the shipping screw just to the left of the cables. Pull up on the hard disk drive tab (A), and then pull the drive from its bay (B).
With a Phillips screwdriver (magnetic-tipped recommended), remove the four screws that secure the hard disk drive to the cage, and then slide the hard disk drive out of the cage. Your hard disk drive cage may look slightly different from the illustration. Place the hard disk drive in an anti-static bag.
Replacing a Hard Disk Drive If necessary, remove the hard disk drive. See “Removing the Hard Disk Drive” on page 14. CAUTION: Take care when handling a hard disk drive. Do not bang or shake it. It can be easily damaged.
Slide the hard disk drive cage into the bay until you hear the click indicating it is engaged. Connect the power and data cables to the hard disk drive. Upgrading and Servicing Guide...
Replace the shipping screw that holds the hard disk drive cage to the computer. Upgrading and Servicing Guide...
Replace the hard drive EMI shield, pressing it firmly into place so the tabs engage. Upgrading and Servicing Guide...
Replace the hard disk drive/memory cover by lowering it into place, and sliding it so the slots on the cover fit into the grooves under the computer stand. The cover snaps into place with a click as the side tabs engage in the computer. When the cover is replaced properly, it will be flush with the larger back cover.
You have completed this procedure successfully! Now, place the computer upright on a flat surface with the stand in a safe and open position. 10° min. 40°max Reconnect power cables and peripherals. Upgrading and Servicing Guide...