Advent 6470 Laptop
Your laptop should have been supplied with a utility CD which contains a backup copy of all the drivers.
The 7007 is basically a rebadged Gericom N34AS1 (you should see this printed on the underside of the laptop) so you can also download the drivers and user manual from the Gericom website.
Many thanks to John Thomson for the following info.
Remove the keyboard by releasing the 3 retractable clips at the front of the keyboard with a small screwdriver (these should be below the 'Fn', the 'Alt Gr', and the 'Down Arrow' keys). When removing the keyboard be careful not to damage the strip cable at the back.
Undo and remove 2 small screws securing memory cover plate (on right hand side). Remove cover plate.
Insert the upgrade into the free slot at a slight angle (The slot in the PCB edge showd the correct way). Make sure it is fully home in the connector before applying downward pressure to secure it into the retaining clips. Refit cover, clip K/B back in.
Reboot M/C, and right click on My Computer, General Tab, and check that M/C has picked up the extra memory
Adding RAM is the most cost effective way to boost your computer's performance.
Bottom of Laptop
1. Hard disk drive
Fn + F1 - Enters Suspend Mode
In the Box
The recovery process will restore your computer to its "out of the box" state. This will delete all your personal files. Make sure that you save these to disk before you begin. Once the computer has been recovered you will not be able to retreive these files.
To begin system recovery, follow the following steps:
The notebook is supplied with a Utility CD. This can be used to restore corrupt drivers.
Repairs and Spares
All official service and support is handled by Knowhow (basically "The Tech Guys" under a new name), their website is http://www.knowhow.com/. If you laptop is covered under warranty then you need to contact them for repairs.
There are also plenty of other companies that do repairs or supply spare parts, here is a selection -
TechnoMart - http://www.techno-mart.co.uk