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With my computer (Which was refurbished before I ever got it as a backup), the single screw had been stripped well beyond even normal levels of being “stripped”, to the point the screw slots looked to be a smooth hole, making it indistinguishable from most rivets. It took the video to help me realize that it was, indeed, the screw holding the back on. Luckily, being a captive screw under some level of spring tension, I was able to open the back without even using a screwdriver, pressing the screw head with my finger and rotating it under pressure - and was able to close it the same way.
Note that while you, at best, only need 2 2GB, or 1 2GB & 1 1GB modules for a 32-bit install (many of these shipped with 2+1, and Vista 32-bit), if you get a refurbished computer that someone has installed a 64-bit version of Windows on, you’ll need to get 2 4GB modules (or a 4 & a 2) to get it to run better than a slow crawl (As in hours to make even tiny updates). And those cost $30-40 used EACH ($100+ new).