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Acer travelmate 4000, replacing 2 new memory modules.

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How do you remove the bottom module? I have already removed the top module, successfully.  The bottom module is staggered about 1/2 inch out from the top module and is on the motherboard.  How do you get at it, to remove it?
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http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/manuals/acer/0000/servicemanuals/SG_TM2300_TM4000_TM4500.pdf

That doesn't really help though. Do you have a miniature set of screw drivers, might use those to pop it out.

Rob
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I asked for some info.  Telling me to use a small screwdriver, was like saying, be careful, make sure you ground yourself out.  

I couldn't be any more specific in my question.  No reply, would of been okay.  Before I read the reply, I had already finished the task.
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