Is your thinkpad old and slow? Or perhaps the RAM has worn out? well help is here.
Step 1: Buy Replacement RAM.
amazon sells them i think.
Step 2: Warning
I am not responsible for any damage caused. Also, i'm doing this on my bed, which is a mistake. Always use an area with as little fabric as possible.
Step 3: Remove the Battery.
so you aren't electrocuted
Step 4: Unscrew Screws.
The screw holes should have a little keyboard symbol on it. Should be about seven screws.
Step 5: Flip Over Laptop and Open.
Open the front compartment.
Step 6: Open Up Bottom Compartment
Be careful. WATCH THE LITTLE CONNECTOR THING.
Step 7: Unclick RAM.
unclick silver clasps. it should spring up.
Step 8: Insert New RAM.
Put in at angle and push back down.
Step 9: Seal It Up
click back on compartment and reinsert screws
Step 10: Boot It Up.
to check RAM works.