Toshiba Satellite C50 User Manual: Removing A Memory Module

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Take care to ensure that the memory module cover is firmly closed.
10. Turn your computer over.
11. Turn the computer on and make sure the added memory is recognized

Removing a memory module

To remove the memory module, follow the steps as detailed below:
User's Manual
Seat the memory module cover in place and secure it with the screw.
Figure 4-10 Seating the memory module cover
1. Memory module cover
Product appearance depends on the model you purchased.
Install the battery pack - refer to
- to confirmed it, click Desktop -> Desktop Assist (in taskbar) ->
Control Panel -> System and Security -> System.
Click Power in the Settings charm, and then click Shut down while
holding down the SHIFT key - ensure that the Power indicator is off.
Remove the AC adaptor and all cables and peripherals connected to
the computer.
Close the display panel.
Turn the computer upside down and remove the battery pack.
Loosen the screw securing the memory module cover in place -
please note that the screw is attached to the cover in order to prevent
it from being lost.
Slide your fingernail or a thin object under the cover and lift it off.
Push the latches away from the module in order to release it - a spring
will force one end of the module up at an angle.
2. Screw
Replacing the battery pack
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  • oksana holbrook Dec 19, 2015 05:06:
    Yep, I am having the same problem. Cannot get it to connect to anything. Really frustrated​.
  • Linda Sep 30, 2015 10:13:
    Just bought this computer today and it is a piece of garbage. It's suppose to be touch screen and doesn't work half the time and there is no manual and when you try to follow the instructio​ns for downloadin​g it, it doesn't work.
  • BJ Mar 10, 2015 04:49:
    This Toshiba labtop satelite c50 is a faulty machine. On the manual it says it had an eject button for to open the CD drive unfortunat​ely it does have one.
    PC world sold me this computer some months ago and I recommend not to use this shop due to selling faulty goods.
    Sta​y away from Toshiba laptop because the faulty has not been rectified.
  • Trevor Jul 02, 2014 03:39:
    hurry up I'm still waiting jjjjjjjj