03-01-2015 06:30 PM
The current configuration of my system (as bought) is 4Gb RAM. According to the specifictions, it is upgradable to 8Gb. I had a conversation with Sales Support via Chat trying to find the correct part number for 8Gb memory to replace the 4Gb. I was told that as my system is still under warranty, I would need to contact Technical Support for this to happen. Having done a number of searches on this forum, would I be right in suspecting that the existing 4Gb is soldered in to place - hence the need for a Warranty call to upgrade. I was advised that any attempt to make the change myself would void the warranty.
Any thoughts please.
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03-02-2015 05:08 PM
03-09-2015 06:12 PM
Many thanks for your help. I have not purchased this item from Lenovo, due to the pricing! When converted into AUD it's a bit on the high side for me at the moment. I will however try and find another, local supplier.
11-23-2015 07:13 AM
06-14-2016 11:09 PM
But how do you replace this RAM? I bought the correct RAM but the picture here on Lenovo is incomplete and there is a link to see the bottom cover and of course as is usual here, the link does not work. Tech support is useless and knows less than I do. Do I really have to take this to a repair shop to replace RAM that is a simple matter on any other laptop I've ever seen?
06-15-2016 09:57 AM
The link that ColonelONeill provided is working OK for me. What link are you referring to?
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