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Broken small plastic pins on DDR3 RAM holder?

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Hello,

I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro mid 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.

One memory module was harder to lock inside so I applied little more pressure to lock on.

After that I removed the module and saw some small black plastic shavings on the bottom plate where memory sits.

I don't have other MBP to compare with so could anyone look at this photos and verify that I didn't broke that small plastic pins on the both sides of RAM holder? These pins holds memory module inside a prevent them from jumping out.

To me my pins looks too small and I'm afraid I broke them. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.

Here's the link where're photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWm

Thans in advance for your answers.

~Sam.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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Отредактировано: skoscelansky ,

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Broken small plastic pins on DDR3 RAM holder?

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Hello,
 
I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro latemid 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.
I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro latemid 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.
 
One memory module was harder to lock inside so I applied little more pressure to lock on.
 
After that I removed the module and saw some small black plastic shavings on the bottom plate where memory sits.
 
I don't have other MBP to compare with so could anyone look at this photos and verify that I didn't broke that small plastic pins on the both sides of RAM holder? These pins holds memory module inside a prevent them from jumping out.
 
To me my pins looks too small and I'm afraid I broke them. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.
 
Here's the link where're photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWm
 
Thans in advance for your answers.
 
~Sam.

Устройство:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Статус:

open

Отредактировано: skoscelansky ,

Название:

Broken small plastic pins on DDR3 RAM holder?

Текст:

Hello,
 
I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro late 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.
 
One memory module was harder to lock inside so I applied little more pressure to lock on.
 
After that I removed the module and saw some small black plastic shavings on the bottom plate where memory sits.
 
I don't have other MBP to compare with so could anyone look at this photos and verify that I didn't broke that small plastic pins on the both sides of RAM holder? These pins holds memory module inside a prevent them from jumping out.
 
To me my pins looks too small and I'm afraid I broke them. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.
 
Here's the link where're photos: http://bitly.com/YuX25Qhttps://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWm
Here's the link where're photos: http://bitly.com/YuX25Qhttps://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWm
 
Thans in advance for your answers.
 
~Sam.

Устройство:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Статус:

open

Отредактировано: skoscelansky ,

Название:

Broken small plastic pins on DDR3 RAM holder?

Текст:

Hello,
 
I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro late 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.
 
One memory module was harder to lock inside so I applied little more pressure to lock on.
 
After that I removed the module and saw some small black plastic shavings on the bottom plate where memory sits.
 
I don't have other MBP to compare with so could anyone look at this photos and verify that I didn't broke that small plastic pins on the both sides of RAM holder? These pins holds memory module inside a prevent them from jumping out.
 
To me my pins looks totoo small and I'm afraid I broke thethem. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.
To me my pins looks totoo small and I'm afraid I broke thethem. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.
 
Here's the link where're photos: http://bitly.com/YuX25Q
 
Thans in advance for your answers.
 
~Sam.

Устройство:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Статус:

open

Отредактировано: skoscelansky ,

Название:

Broken small plastic pins on DDR3 RAM holder?

Текст:

Hello,
 
I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro late 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.
 
One memory module was harder to lock inside so I applied little more pressure to lock on.
 
After that I removed the module and saw some small black plastic shavings on the bottom plate where memory sits.
 
I don't have other MBP to compare with so could anyone look at this photos and verify that I didn't broke that small plastic pins on the both sides of RAM holder? These pins holds memory module inside a prevent them from jumping out.
 
To me my pins looks to small and I'm afraid I broke the. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.
 
Here's the link where're photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWmhttp://bitly.com/YuX25Q
Here's the link where're photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWmhttp://bitly.com/YuX25Q
 
Thans in advance for your answers.
 
~Sam.

Устройство:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Статус:

open

Оригинальный сообщение: skoscelansky ,

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Broken small plastic pins on DDR3 RAM holder?

Текст:

Hello,

I've just upgraded RAM on my Macbook Pro late 2012 model. I followed the guide on this site.

One memory module was harder to lock inside so I applied little more pressure to lock on.

After that I removed the module and saw some small black plastic shavings on the bottom plate where memory sits.

I don't have other MBP to compare with so could anyone look at this photos and verify that I didn't broke that small plastic pins on the both sides of RAM holder? These pins holds memory module inside a prevent them from jumping out.

To me my pins looks to small and I'm afraid I broke the. They look shaved like half of them are missing or they're normal? I don't want that my RAM jumps out accidentally when I move my MBP or during transfer.

Here's the link where're photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ml2clvaxr10ftwl/MqX0nUXsWm

Thans in advance for your answers.

~Sam.

Устройство:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Статус:

open