P H 4 4 0 N L X M o t h e r b o a r d U s e r G u i d e
Insert the SODIMM into the socket as shown in the illustration.
Replace any expansion cards you removed earlier and refit the system unit cover.
You can now reconfigure your operating system to use the expanded capabilities of the video
THE PROCESSOR ASSEMBLY
To remove the existing processor
Turn off the computer and unplug all power cords. Take suitable anti-static precautions and
remove the system cover.
If the system was in use just before starting this procedure, the processor may be hot, wait
until it cools.
If there are any expansion cards fitted that obstruct access to the processor, you may have to
See 'A' in the illustration. Carefully squeeze together the grips at both ends (1) of the
heatsink support bracket (2) and slide it away.
Some designs of heatsink do not have this bracket fitted.
See 'B' in the illustration. Press in the clips (1) at both ends of the top of the processor body
to depress the retaining pins out of the vertical supports. Then lift the processor body (2) out
of the socket.
Handle the processor with care, by the body only. Avoid touching the connector at the
bottom. Store in an antistatic container.
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