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Viking MemoryINSTALLATIONGUIDE6. Locate the holding screw at the ® top left corner of the open compart-TOSHIBA ment. Remove this screw with a Libretto 50CT & 70CT small Phillips head screwdriver. 7. To install the memory module, align the connector on the module with the con- nector in the system’s expansion slot. Firmly press down directly over the con- nector on the module until it’s well seated in the slot. Do not force the module into position. The module can only be placed in the expansion slot one way due to the position of the connector. Manual No. 1005205 • Release 12/97, Rev. BSPEEDPO...
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Viking Memory INSTALLATIONGUIDE6. Locate the holding screw at the

® top left corner of the open compart-TOSHIBA ment. Remove this screw with a

Libretto 50CT & 70CT small Phillips head screwdriver.

7. To install the memory module, align the connector on the module with the con- nector in the system’s expansion slot. Firmly press down directly over the con- nector on the module until it’s well seated in the slot. Do not force the module into position. The module can only be placed in the expansion slot one way due to the position of the connector. Manual No. 1005205 • Release 12/97, Rev. BSPEEDPOWERPERFORMANCEThe Toshiba Libretto 50CT and 70CT come standard with 16MB memory sol- dered. They can be expanded to a maximum of 32MB by installing the following Viking Components memory options into their one available expansion slot. Description Viking P/N 8MB Memory Module T2055, RT2055 8. Replace and secure the holding screw, through the memory module, in the upper 16MB Memory Module T2056, RT2056 right corner of the open compartment. Do not over tighten the holding screw. 9. Replace the keyboard panel to its original position and be sure to secure its hold- Caution: ing screw. Then replace the keyboard retaining strip. Electro Static Discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. Before 10. Replace the battery back into its compartment. touching the memory module, ensure that you are discharged of static elec- 11. Replace the AC power supply and any other cables you may have disconnect- tricity by touching a grounded metal object. ed.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: 12. Turn the system on. The computer will automatically reconfigure itself to rec-

ognize the newly added memory. The new memory can be verified during the 1. Turn the computer off and disconnect the AC power supply and any other cables POST routine at startup and at the SETUP utility. from the unit. Note: If the unit appears to be powered down, ensure that it is not in Suspend The installation is now complete. mode.

WARRANTY & DISCLAIMERS:

2. Turn the computer upside-down. Remove the battery from the system. If you are not familiar with this procedure, please refer to your computer’s “Owner’s All Viking Components products have been thoroughly tested free of defects in Manual.” 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 3. Return the system replace the product at no charge, provided the product or any part thereof has not right-side up and open been abused, misused, neglected, replaced, repaired or modified. Viking shall the display screen. make the final determination as to the existence and the cause of any defect. Viking will not repair or replace products designated as having a “Limited 4. Locate the keyboard Lifetime” which fail solely because their estimated life has expired. No warranty retaining strip at the is made with respect to customer products produced to original purchaser specifi- base of the display cations except as specifically stated in writing by Viking. screen. With your fin- ger nail, lift the strip up All shipping costs shall be the responsibility of the purchaser. by its right edge and Except as provided herein, there are no express or implied warranties of mer- completely remove it. chantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Under no circumstances will Viking Components be liable in any way to the purchaser for any damages, includ- ing but not limited to lost revenue, lost wages, or any other incidental or conse- quential damages arising out of the use of or inability to use this product. Viking 5. Locate the holding screw in the area where you have just removed the retaining reserves the right to make modifications in both hardware and software without strip. Remove the screw with a small Phillips head screwdriver. Then lift the key- prior notifications. board panel by the edge clos- est to the display screen and All Viking Components are 100% guaranteed compatible with the OEM machines rest it upside-down at the for which they are designed. All OEM's names, trademarks and part numbers are base of the system. used for identification purposes only, and in no way imply that any of our products are original equipment parts. Caution: Do not dis- Toshiba and Libretto are a registered trademarks of Toshiba Corporation. connect, cut or apply exces- sive force to the keyboard cable.]
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