A short video I made showing how to replace a memory chip on the Asus EEE B202 desktop computer:
Read this post for further details on how to perform the surgery. Removing the side cover was the most tricky part but putting it back together was done in a snap:
The B202 supports 2 GB RAM and has two sockets. I only use one socket with a 2048MB DDR2 PC2-5300 667MHz memory module.
The B202 is a nice little machine. Cheap, virtually silent and with low power consumption but still fast enough to use as a developer machine.