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Clock batt repacement

I removed all the covers, screws, cpu fan , heat sink, hard drive, mem sticks, and a small card . there seems to be something hold it together in the middel. i have removed the cd drive or no how to. do not see clock batt. how do i finish getting it apart. or get to the clock batt. toshiba satellite a15-s1292

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Acordign to the manula their ate two baattery release locks on the bottom of the unit. See last page picture. manual website below
http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/modelContent.jsp?ct=SB&os=&category=&moid=1209157&rpn=PSAA0U&modelFilter=&selCategory=3&selFamily=1073768663&selModel=1209157|PSAA0U

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the battery looks just like the one you put in your car clicker or stereo remote. It looks like a half dollar or silver dollar or whatever is silver,flat,and round

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Emachine w3609 cpu overheating


Easy Fix.. Computers over heat because either a fan is not working, Dust has clogged the vents around the fans, CPU and Heat Sink or the Thermal Paste around the CPU and Heat Sink has become hard or too thin to keep it cool.

Remove the cover from the computer and set it aside then turn the computer on. When you hit the power button to turn on the computer make sure you hear and see the constant blowing of the fans. There will be a fan that is on the Power Supply where the power cord plugs in and a fan on top of the CPU and Heat Sink. If not, replace it. If the fans are ok get a can of compressed air from a local computer store and blow out the dust from the fans, power supply and all throughout the computer. In order to apply Thermal Paste on the CPU and Heat Sink you will have to remove the fan that sits on top of it and is normally secured by screws or some type of latching device. Once the fan is removed you can remove the heat sink and it too will be secured by screws or a latch catching device. Clean the old paste off the heat sink and off of the area it sits on. Apply a fresh coat of Thermal Paste to both and reassemble. Thermal Paste is available at local computer stores for under $20

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PS3 (Playstation 3) Yellow Light Of Death REPAIR GUIDE


PS3 (Playstation 3) Yellow Light Of Death REPAIR GUIDE

Disclaimer: if your PS3 is still under
warranty then please send it back to them for repair.
DO NOT Try this repair IF IT IS STILL UNDER WARRANTY.
This Guide is for the repair of *********** boards only and
will not repair your power supply or read errors.
In this guide there is no guarantee you will fix
your ps3 and by following this Guide YOU take on full
responsibility for any damages caused by following this guide.


Tools needed
Heat gun .
Isopropyl alcohol.
Vacuum cleaner or compressed air can.
Phillips screw driver.
Flat Head screw driver or slotted torx bit.
Artic Sliver 5 (Radioshack)

1. Remove warranty sticker and rubber foot that’s
positioned above hard drive bay.
This will invalidate any warranty.
2. Using a small flat blade screw driver or slotted torx bit,
unscrew cover plate screw.
3. Slide cover plate towards the left until it stops and lift
off.
4. Remove all Phillips screws marked noting size and
position.
5. Hinge case towards you until disengaged and then tilt
towards the left. See below.
6. Remove ribbon cable by carefully lifting black part of
connector (locking tab).
7. Lift/tilt blue ray drive towards the right whilst
disconnecting power cable and the large ribbon (lift tab)
underneath.
8. Remove 5 screws and the earth wire screw on psu, and
unplug connector plug.
Before removal of psu unplug small bnc connector (black
wire) and remove tape on side of psu, now lift off psu.
9. Now remove the wide ribbon from connector (lift tab)
unscrew the four screws on the Bluetooth board and
remove.
10. Remove hard drive cover,
11. Unscrew blue hard drive screw and disengage hard
drive by sliding towards gap in the bay. .
12. Remove hard drive,
13. Unscrew 4 screws holding the bracket, on/off and
eject control panel.
Remove small ribbon (lift tab) and remove control panel.
14. Unscrew 8 screws,
15. Lift enclosure out of plastic base,
16. Now unclip black rear panel and remove.
17. Unscrew 4 screws and remove sprung brackets,
18. Lift of metal cover plate whilst allowing ribbons to
pass through gaps in plate without damage, see below.
(Taking note where heat sink rubbers are positioned).
19. Supporting fan assembly turn board over, remove
fan power connector and fan,
20. Remove 2 screws holding plate to hard drive
connector and unplug battery connector. See above.
Now remove plate.
21. Clean off old heat sink compound from the 2 main
processors using Isopropyl alcohol Or Artic Silver remover Faster Than alcohol)
making sure all traces of the old heat sink compound has gone.
22. Clean both touch plates on bottom of fan/heat sink
assembly with Isopropyl alcohol until all traces of the old
heat sink compound has gone.
23. Now using a vacuum cleaner or compressed air
blower get rid of all dust build up in the case and on all
component parts of the ps3 (pay special attention to the
fan assembly and heat sink fins(MUST BE CLEAR OF
DUST).

24. Place the ps3 mother board on a flat heat resistive
surface (kitchen work top or melamine shelf will be fine).
25. Turn heat gun on and set temperature to 350 deg
and the fan speed to low (to high and it will move the
surface mount bits).
Allow gun to get up to temperature before
continuing!!!!
Note (There is two Large Square Chips in the Middle of the board these are your CPU and GPU they both have two Black Rectangles Right Next to them. These are the Memory Chips. These are the only things you will be Heating Up on top and Bottom)
26. Using a circular motion hold heat gun over areas
outlined below (keep heat gun an inch above
board/components at all times).
27. CPU side first.
. After 15 to 20 seconds move onto the next area.
28. Once all marked areas have been heated/reflowed
on the mother board LEAVE for at least 10 to 15
minutes to cool.
(DO NOT MOVE MOTHER BOARD WHILE COOLING).
29. A popping noise may be heard during cooling, don’t
worry this is normal.
30. NON CPU side.
31. After 10 to 15 seconds move onto the next area.
32. Once all marked areas have been heated/reflowed
on the mother board LEAVE for at least 10 to 15
minutes to cool.
(DO NOT MOVE MOTHER BOARD WHILE COOLING).
33. A popping noise may be heard during cooling don’t
worry this is normal.
Heat sink compound still on in this picture, remove
before reflowing.
Heat sink rubber pads still on in this picture remove
before reflowing also hold ribbons out of way while reflowing;
You have just repaired you’re yloded ps3
mother board.
34. Now its time to apply new heat sink compound to
the 2 processors, when doing this its always best to
follow the manufacturers instructions but I believe the
process is the same with all types (please check
instructions that come with paste), before continuing
35. Now Get your Artic Silver 5
36. Place a Small amount of compound from top to bottom on the left hand side of
processor chip, now using a finger with some Plastic over the tip spread the
compound evenly and thinly over processor face (to much
is bad and not enough is also bad) the ideal amount is
when you can almost see through the paste.
37. Now repeat on the other processor.
38. NOW IT IS TIME TO REASEMBLE THE PS3.
RETRACE YOUR STEP IN REVERSE TO REBUILD
MAKING SURE ALL RIBBON CABLES HAVE BEEN
FULLY INSTERTED INTO CONNECTORS AND LOCKED
DOWN IN. (TABS).

on Dec 15, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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How to open laptop


Hi Dear...........


If you want open any electronice think you need to complete tool box with first ad. If you have a complete tool then follow the mention instruction and open the laptop, if you don;t know anything about laptop then don;t try to open it.
  1. Reverse the laptop as shown in the figure. And remove the battery. Open the the screws from back side for the Wi-Fi card cover, the modem card cover, the memory card cover, the hard disk cover.
  2. Reverse the laptop as shown in the figure. And remove the battery. Open the the screws from back side for the Wi-Fi card cover, the modem card cover, the memory card cover, the hard disk cover.
  3. Take out the Wi-Fi card cover, the memory card cover, the modem card cover, the hard drive cover. Place them at safe place.
  4. You may require to Open the DVD drive with a paper clip.
    Carefully take out the DVD drive from the computer. In most of the computer one screw from the back site of the laptop fix the DVD Drive. So you have to remove all the screw from the bottom of the laptop.
  5. Insert a thin object under the securing strip(keyboard bezel) and lift it up. Be careful, it may be very tight(there are no screw at keyboard bezel in most of the cases)
  6. Take out the securing strip(keyboard bezel).
  7. Now you can see two screws securing the keyboard and these screws are easily visible remove those screws.
  8. Now careful keyboard is connected with flate ribbon cable to the system board. Disconnect the keyboard cable from the main board and remove the keyboard.
  9. Now you can fine one cable(most probably black colors) from LCD and it is connected to system board. Disconnect the LCD cable from the system board.
    Remove the screw connecting the LCD cable to the base.
    Disconnect the flat LED board cable from the system board.
  10. Carefully lift the display/LCD assembly off the base.
    The display/top cover assembly - LCD assembly and top cover assembly connected by hinges.
  11. Remove the screw securing the HardDisk holder.
    Remove the Hard disk holder.
    Disconnect the left and right speaker cables from the system board.
  12. Now remove five screws securing the heatsink assembly for CPU. And disconnect the fan cable from the main board.
  13. Carefully take out the heat sink off the CPU. And be sure to put heat sink thermal jel /glue when reconnecting the heat sink.
  14. Remove two screws normally at the corner side connecting the system board to the base
  15. Now lift of the system board starting from the left side, be careful with the PC card connector.
  16. Remove the system board off the base.
  17. Modem card is still connected to the system board with screws securing the modem card. If you want you can remove modem card.
  18. Remove the screw securing the optical drive holder.The screw is hidden under the black tape.
  19. Remove the optical drive holder.
  20. Remove four screws securing the card bus connector (PC card connector).
  21. Turn the system board right side up.
  22. Carefully remove the cardbus connector.Unlock the CPU and lift it off the system board.
  23. Turn the system board upside down.Remove two screws securing the video chip fan.
  24. Remove the fan cable on the system board.
    Remove the video chip fan
  25. Hay great techie guy you have done it.

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How do you replace the fan on a Fujitsu s2210 laptop?


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1. Follow your laptop owner's manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, DVD drive , Ac adapter and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive, screen sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the laptop keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the Fujitsu LifeBook S2210 CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and cpu cooling fan. Replace the screws, plug the Fujitsu LifeBook S2210 Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new Fujitsu cpu cooling fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A Fujitsu LifeBook S2210 Fan does not run continuously, so don't be concerned if the Fujitsu LifeBook S2210 Fan shuts off periodically.

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I put a new power supply & heatsink with fan in my system & now I can't get it to power on. The heat sink was VERY hard to get on. I even put the old power supply back in & it won't power on....


If your CPU is sticked on the heat sink due to heat sink cement, could have damaged your CPU pins. Those CPUs like AMD and IBM Desktops we need to unassembled the same by tilting method. If your CPU pins are damaged, remove your CPU from heat sink by the help of a chisel type screw driver and clean both faces of heat sink and CPU. Do not scratch, use isopropyl alcohol to remove heat sink cement. Inspect any pins are dented or damaged. Align pins, if broken solder with help of a goldsmith. Reinsert the CPU in motherboard socket, apply a little portion heat sink cement in cpu face and re fix heat sink and recheck the motherboard.

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Laptop fan has a noisy and pc is shutdown after some time ..so can I replace the fan ? pavilion dv3-2175ee


How to Replace a HP Pavilion dv3 Fan?

1. Follow your laptop owner's manual and assembly guide carefully you can download this from HP web site as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.

2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.

3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.

4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.

5. Unplug the HP Pavilion dv3 Fan Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.

6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and fan. Replace the screws, plug the HP Pavilion dv3 Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.

7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A HP Pavilion dv3 Fan does not run continuously, so don't be concerned if the HP Pavilion dv3 Fan shuts off periodically.

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Laptop won't boot turns on then off after about


Hello,

Your Laptop seems to be full of dust - Maybe your CPU Heat sink FAN cannot turn because if this THUS causing your laptop to heat up and shut down again to prevent your CPU from receiving damage due to high temperature.

Close your laptop lid, then put the unit on its backlcd. Make sure you disconnect the Battery and the A/C Power chord. With the emty battery slot is facing you, take note of the screw that is facing you to the right on the bottom cover. There might be others like this in the same area. The cover that you need to remove is of rectangular shape, and the largest cover.

When you have removed it you should see the CPU Heat sink and a FAN. This is the part where you blow the unit out at that spot with compressed air so that the dirt will no longer block the heat from venting away from the laptop mainboard/cpu.Please check if the CPU FAN is still turning licenly. If it doesn't turn or very difficult - replace .

[ADVANCED]
Then, remove the 3 screws from the CPU heat sink and thereby remove the HEAT sink completely. Remove the CPU Heat sink FAN and clean it as nessesary. Use a small flat to switch the CPU from closed to open and remove it. Then clean it with a cloth and ethanol - make sure you remove all dirt and old heat sink paste on top if it. make sure you do not touch the bottom of the CPU and handle the pins carefully.

When you are done, place the CPU back and reaaply a eyedrop of fresh heatsink paste onto the CPU, lock the CPU switch again. Then clean the backside of the CPU heat sink where it rests on the CPU. When you are done with that, place the CPU heat sink back onto the CPU then screw the 3 screws back onto the CPU heat sink and onto the mainboard. Keep the sequence in mind. Reconnect the CPU Heat sink FAN to power on the mainboard with the cable then place the cover back onto it. Tighten all screws again and reconnect battery and A/C Power chord.


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Upgrading the cpu and heat sink and fan


Hi,
All the factory fitted CPUs are having such heat sinks as previously u were having.
Check on the backside there will be small plastic covers where screws fit these could be removed by screw driver but u can purchase that heat sink or can use previous heatsink as well if it is working.

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Clock batt repacement


the battery looks just like the one you put in your car clicker or stereo remote. It looks like a half dollar or silver dollar or whatever is silver,flat,and round

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