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Remove back of X6805 for RAM upgrade etc

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MaxM
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Remove back of X6805 for RAM upgrade etc

Hello All, 

I turned my Erazer X6805 upside down and managed to remove most of the screws, but there seems to be a row of screams at the front with totally flat tops (Not like for a flat top Screwdriver, just totally flat), I don't see an easy way to remove these and I think these are impeding the back coming off 

Any ideas?

Thanks 

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sweetpoison
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There are rubber cap to act like a warranty seal. You can pick them up with tweezers

https://cdn3.volusion.com/ztvck.zckzm/v/vspfiles/photos/HPRO-NOTI-PTWE-2T.jpg?v-cache=1555498899

Welcome to the forum BTW

Oh, the bottom of the cap is self adhesive so expect a bit resistance when you pull them out.

Fishtown
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Hi @MaxM and welcome,

I count 20 screws

https://media.medion.com/s/support/Products/30024754_s_10.png?imwidth=2048

Bye Fishtown

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MaxM
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Thanks both, will have another go tomorrow 

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