Lenovo ThinkPad X240 500GB HDD, 8GB RAM Intel core i7 Backlit keyboard 12.5' screensize. Pepple Street, besides Zenith Bank, the road opp. Slot, Computer Village. Notebook RAM upgrade » ThinkPad X240 X-Seriesby Lenovo. More speed with little fuss: Installing and testing RAM modules. Whether you are looking to configure your device yourself or upgrade it, equipping a device with sufficient RAM is one quick and easy way to ensure smoother and more efficient operations. The X240 reduced the maximum physical memory to 8 GB, with only one memory slot, making dual-channel unavailable (compared to 16 GB dual-channel in two memory slots on the X230), lost the dedicated insert key and volume control keys. The X240 uses the rectangular 'slim tip' power plug. This model has a single SODIMM socket, which supports up to 8GB of RAM (PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600MHz SODIMM). The CPU does not support more than 8GB of RAM per SODIMM module. Lenovo Thinkpad X240 RAM Replacement. Written By: Joe Edmondson (and 3 other contributors) Comments. Does this Thinkpad really have only one RAM slot?
This page gives an overview of the ThinkPad X240 (machine types 20AL and 20AM).
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This model has a single SODIMM socket, which supports up to 8GB of RAM (PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600MHz SODIMM).
The CPU does not support more than 8GB of RAM per SODIMM module. In particular, Linux and Windows fails to boot, and MemTest86+ crashes, when using a 16GB SO-DIMM module, model IMM2G64D3LSOD8AG-B15E from Intelligent Memory (which does work in a ThinkPad X250).
Any internal component replacement or upgrade (including hard disk and expansion cards) requires opening the back cover. Keyboard replacement requires full assembly and disassembly of the system board, and fresh thermal paste for the CPU heatsink.
Opening the case involves two stages:
- Opening a handful of screws (these have tiny retainer rings made of transparent plastic; be careful not to drop them when removing the back cover).
- Carefully prying apart dozens of little fragile plastic latches. This requires a plastic case opening tool to avoid damage (a metal screwdriver will nick and scratch the plastic).
This model has a 6-row keyboard, where the F1 through F12 share the same top-row physical keys with special functions keys (volume, brightness, etc.). By default, the top-row keys invoke the special functions, and require Fn keypress to invoke the usual F1 through F12 functions. To switch the role and have the top-row keys default to F1 through F12, enable Fn-Lock mode (by pressing Fn+Esc).
Moreover, End and Insert share the same physical key. When Fn-Lock is activated, the key default to Insert, and End is invoked as Fn+Insert, which many users find inconvenient. To switch the End and Insert functions, in modern Linux distribution, add the following in a new file /usr/lib/udev/hwdb.d/61-ThinkPad-X240-keyboard.hwdb:
# udevadm hwdb --update
(The keyboard:... line matches /sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/modalias, and the hex scancodes are found using
# evtest /dev/input/by-path/platform-i8042-serio-0-event-kbd . )
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