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To identify and remember screws location on laptop. For example for identify and remember the screws position on the bottom of the laptop. Make a xerox copy of the bottom of the laptop. After removing each screw, place and tape the screw on the same location on the copy as in the laptop. You can request our FREE DIY Laptop Troubleshooting and Repair Guide at www.alllaptoprepair.com.

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how do toy remove the battery from a leveno ideapad

Step 1 Top Assembly
  1. Remember to power off the device before removing any parts.
  2. Position the laptop so that the bottom enclosure is facing upward.
  3. Locate the ten 1.9mm screws holding the bottom enclosure in place.
  4. Use a Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove all of the screws.
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Nov 13, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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web cam wires are broken

Webcams are great tools to use when chatting with friends, colleagues or loved ones separated by long distances. If your webcam breaks, you can replace it instead of buying an external webcam that you have to carry around and remember to attach to your computer every time you want to use it.

Disconnect your computer from all electrical outlets, close all programs, shut it down and remove the battery. Remove the screws from the bottom of your laptop until you are able to remove the outer casing and set it to the side. Remember where each individual screw belongs because not all tin screws are created equal. Try laying out the disassembled elements in a pattern to remember where everything goes. Remove the motherboard and keyboard if necessary. The goal is to be able to detach the top part of the laptop from the bottom section, and removing these elements may give you the necessary access to do that. Remove these elements by carefully taking out the screws and disconnecting the necessary delicate wires and cables with your fingers. Once again, remember where everything goes so your laptop will work correctly once you reassemble it. Disconnect the top part of your laptop from the bottom by disconnecting cables that connect to the screen from the motherboard. Separate the outside casing of the top part of your laptop by using the plastic putty knife to pry it open or by removing more screws. Locate the webcam and find where it attaches to the rest of the laptop. Remove the old webcam and replace it with the new one in the exact location and placement of the wires. You may have to remove more parts in order to access the entire webcam assembly. Do so carefully. Reassemble your laptop. Go backwards according to how you disassembled the laptop and according to how you used your pattern to remember the exact placement of each element within your laptop. Make sure every screw, cable and wire is returned to its correct home and that everything fits together properly. Replace the battery and plug your laptop into a power source. Turn on your computer and check to make sure your new webcam works.


Jan 15, 2013 | HP Pavilion WA779UA dv6-2150us Notebook PC...

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I need to install a new hard drive .. how do I do


  1. urn the laptop over. Position your laptop in the direction so that the Toshiba label, on the bottom of the hard panel, is facing you. Your Toshiba label is positioned correctly if it is positioned on the upper-left side of the external hard panel. Remove the battery pack from the bottom your Toshiba laptop to be sure it is powered off.
  2. Step 2 Remove your laptop's external hard panel. This panel is the external plastic layer on the back of your computer to cover and protect your computer's most important hardware components. The screws you need to remove are located on the four outermost corners of the bottom of your laptop. Follow the chart guide listed in Tips for screw and screw driver compatibility and removal. Distance your screws from your workstation to avoid mixing them up and/or losing them.
  3. Step 3 Locate your hard drive panel drawer door when you have totally removed the external hard panel. It is located where the smaller door in the bottom-right panel was before your removed the external hard panel. Your hard drive will be locked into this specific drawer door and the computer itself. Completely unlock the hard drive and remove the drawer from your laptop.
  4. Step 4 Remove the entire hard drive from the drawer door. Hold the hard drive on all sides to ensure that you do not drop it. Place the removed hard drive in an enclosure area to avoid damage of any kind.
Place the new hard drive in and put it back up.

Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.


May 04, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A105-S4334 Notebook

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I cannot remember my Bios start up Password on my Panasonic Lap Top CF-R6

you can reset passw, but reset bios to defaults, need to enter time and date.

Note: disconect power, and release battery module.

you need to open laptop case, for these:

1st : check for screws below laptop, with keyboard label, take them out. check for plastic cover on keyboard (top), and take this out, (very carfully is very fragile).
then take the keyboard out (check for small fragile plastic cables).
look inside for any battery (module or big/small clock battery inside).
try to reach , and take this out ( connector or battery) , if dont see-it you may need to open all laptop bottom case. take all bottom screws and open carfuly the case, ( 1st take the memory, hd, cd drive, and so on. Out) and check where is the battery is located. and take very carfully on removing boards and so, is very fragile boards.

then remove battery out, wait a 1min and then reaseable all again, in the same order and same screws positions. and your problem is repaired. when power up. you need to enter bios to configure date and time. and reboot to test.

Jan 02, 2010 | Panasonic Toughbook CF-51 Notebook

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