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Viking Memory 4. Locate the memory expan- INSTALLATIONGUIDEsion slot in the open compart- ® ment. Notice the location ofTOSHIBA the off-center key on the Portégé 300CT, 310CT, 320CT expansion slot. 5. To install a memory module, insert the module into the expansion slot at an angle and then push it down until it clicks into place. To be certain that the module is installed correctly, ensure that the off-center notch on the module is aligned with the off-center key of the expansion slot. The module can only be installed one way due to the position of the notch. Manual No. 1005207 • Release 07/9...
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4. Locate the memory expan-

INSTALLATIONGUIDEsion slot in the open compart-

® ment. Notice the location ofTOSHIBA the off-center key on the

Portégé 300CT, 310CT, 320CT expansion slot.

5. To install a memory module, insert the module into the expansion slot at an angle and then push it down until it clicks into place. To be certain that the module is installed correctly, ensure that the off-center notch on the module is aligned with the off-center key of the expansion slot. The module can only be installed one way due to the position of the notch. Manual No. 1005207 • Release 07/98, Rev. BSPEEDPOWERPERFORMANCEThe Toshiba Portégé 300CT comes standard with 32MB of memory sol- dered. It can be expanded to a maximum of 64MB by installing the fol- 6. Replace the expansion cover and be sure to secure its two holding lowing Viking Components memory options into its one available expan- screws. sion slot. 7. Replace the battery back into its compartment and turn the system The Toshiba Portégé 310CT and 320CT come standard with 32MB of right-side up. memory soldered. They can be expanded to a maximum of 96MB by 8. Replace the AC power supply and any other cables you may have dis- installing the following Viking Components memory options into their connected. one available expansion slot. 9. Open the display screen and turn the system on. The computer will Description Viking P/N automatically reconfigure itself to recognize the newly added memory. 16MB Memory Module T30016, RT30016 The new memory can be verified during the POST routine at start-up and 32MB Memory Module T30032, RT30032 at the SETUP utility. 64MB Memory Module T30064, RT30064 The installation is now complete.

WARRANTY & DISCLAIMERS:

All Viking Components products have been thoroughly tested free of defects in material and workmanship. If any malfunction should occur while using one of our products in its recommended environment, Viking, at its option, will repair or replace the product at no charge, provided the product or any part thereof has not Caution: been abused, misused, neglected, replaced, repaired or modified. Viking shall Electro Static Discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Before make the final determination as to the existence and the cause of any defect. touching the memory module, ensure that you are discharged of static elec- Viking will not repair or replace products designated as having a “Limited tricity by touching a grounded metal object. Lifetime” which fail solely because their estimated life has expired. No warranty

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: is made with respect to customer products produced to original purchaser specifi-

cations except as specifically stated in writing by Viking. 1. Turn the computer off and disconnect the AC power supply and any other cables from the unit. All shipping costs shall be the responsibility of the purchaser. Except as provided herein, there are no express or implied warranties of mer- Note: If the unit appears to be powered down, ensure that it is not in chantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Under no circumstances will Suspend mode. Viking Components be liable in any way to the purchaser for any damages, includ- 2. Turn the computer upside-down. Remove the battery from the system. ing but not limited to lost revenue, lost wages, or any other incidental or conse- If a second battery is installed, remove it as well. If you are not familiar quential damages arising out of the use of or inability to use this product. Viking with this procedure, please refer to your computer’s “Owner’s Manual.” reserves the right to make modifications in both hardware and software without prior notifications. All Viking Components are 100% guaranteed compatible with the OEM machines 3. Locate the memory expansion for which they are designed. All OEM's names, trademarks and part numbers are cover on the bottom panel. used for identification purposes only, and in no way imply that any of our products Locate the two holding screws are original equipment parts. securing the cover to the bottom Toshiba and Portégé are registered trademarks of Toshiba Corporation. panel. Remove the screws with a small Phillips-Head screwdriver. Then remove cover by lifting up. Copyright 1998 Viking Components, Inc.]
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