Question about Computers & Internet
If I take the casings off to get to hinges is there any way I could mess anything up so horribly that it would have to be replaced? I spend most of my money on this laptop from my girlfriend's sister and need it for online classes so I have to make sure.
You can take the casing off as long as you try not to touch the circuit boards of the laptop, if the case doesn't want to come off don't try yank it off look to see if you've missed any screws or anything
also make sure if you unscrew things that you remember where they go and that you put the screws in a SAFE place and do not lose them
otherwise it should be fine as long as you are patient and careful
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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