Question about ASUS W90Vp-X2 (90NQXA3931CB8KQL450Y) PC Notebook
There are several screws located at the base (bottom edge) of the screen housing that can't be accessed, I want to know if anyone knows the proper way to remove these screws in order to replace the laptop screen. this model does not have a screen bezel. Any reference to similar models with screen bezels do not address how to remove the hidden screws I'm referring to. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks Steel Breeze!! I did exact as you suggested and it was easy. I used a Dremmal tool to cut a squre holes. You can actaully see part of the battery (CR2032) through one of the existing holes.
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
Have you removed the keyboard, sometimes there is a screw under the keyboard that holds the top and bottom of the case together.
Most laptops have clips/indents that clips top and bottom half of the case together. Start on one side, preferrably at an opening where the CD/DVD drive is located and gently apply pressure to separate the case along that edge. Once you free a catch/clip start working along that edge and continuing around to each side of the case.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
I also found this site http://estore.asus.com/shop/category.asp?catid=627
they seem to have most of the parts but the cord doesnt look the same. They said they could ID it if we sent a pic of it to email@example.com, please call me for the case number first as this is necessary to find my case. Thanks
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Place your cursor at the top of the wide blue band. See if the cursor arrow changes to a 2-sided arrow. If if does, hold down the left button and move the cursor down until the screen is again normal.
Basically what you have done is to take part of the window and increase the size of the bar. This actually should be the taskbar, but it's way too large.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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