I did my research, it looked straightforward enough, so I ordered memory modules to upgrade my computer. It's not any old computer it's an Apple and what they do and how they do what they do is different to Microsoft. With Microsoft boxes of tricks, I could decide on what worked and slot the memory into whichever slot was free. That was that. Not so Apple.
We had the right type of screwdriver to open the memory modules 'door' below the logo; that was the really easy part, I could have played with it for hours. I well and truly earthed myself then struggled to open the packaging in which the memory was safely wedged Each module was very tightly housed into their plastic forms. I gave up being gentle and succeeded in forcing one out.
The lady on the helpline - from Egypt - made
suggestions that mirrored what I had been doing already.....Uh, Could I go to a computer shop.....No, not possible where I live.....have you watched installation videos on our site? ....I had a quick look. No videos, just repeats of step-by-step instructions and not even as good as the ones I used. We agreed to to replace my modules. as they didn't seem to fit. She started off the order process. The replacements would be sent when I returned those I had.
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My system analysis recognised the computer has lots more memory......