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OptiPlex 9020 Micro Form Factor (MFF) Removal Guide for the WLAN Module and Memory


Table of Contents:

  1. WLAN Removal
  2. Memory Removal

This article provides information on removing components from a OptiPlex 9020 Micro Form Factor System.


1. WLAN Removal

1. Pre-Removal Instructions Before removing the WLAN Card:

  • During installation or removal of any hardware always ensure all data is backed up properly
  • Disconnect any telephone, network, or USB cables from the computer
  • Disconnect the computer and all attached devices from their electrical outlets
  • Remove the Top Cover and the Hard Drive

2. Establishing image.

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3. Remove the Screw securing the WLAN card to the WLAN Holder.

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4. Remove the WLAN Holder.

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5. Remove the two (2) antenna connectors.

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6. Lift the Card Up and out to remove it from the system.

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7. Complete.

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2. Memory Removal

1. Pre-Removal Instructions Before removing a Memory DIMM:

  • During installation or removal of any hardware always ensure all data is backed up properly
  • Disconnect any telephone, network, or USB cables from the computer
  • Disconnect the computer and all attached devices from their electrical outlets
  • Remove the Top Cover

2. Establishing image.

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3. Press in on the two (2) blue tabs on the Fan Shroud, in order to lift it out of the way and gain access to the Memory DIMMs.

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4. Pull the two (2) securing clips away from either side of the Memory DIMM.

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5. The memory lifts up and pull it out of the system.

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Note: Repeat steps 4 and 5 for any additional memory in the system.

6. Complete.

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Article ID: SLN294870

Last Date Modified: 11/24/2014 06:17 AM


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