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Fujitsu Seimens Mobile A Dissasembly????

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I'm trying to remove the keyboard from a Fujitsu Seimens Mobile A, I've took all the screws out the bottom removed the HDD and the screws behind that, removed the mini pci adapter and the screws behind that but i turn the laptop back over and the case is loose but theres a screw or 2 holding the case on, which i can't find!! so i was wondering does any have any pics or advice

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    I'm trring to find the cmos battery in mine but can't open the laptop up to get at it help please???????

  • cammay2k1 Jan 10, 2009

    Hi if you're trying to remove the cmos battery to reset the bios it wont work ive just done it basically after you remove all the screws there are 2 pieces of plastic on the screen hinge that you can pop off benhind is 3-4 screws that release the top of the outer case. then there is a blue plastice strip that runs along the top of the keyboard, in the centre there is a groove that cannot be seen but a flathead screwdriver fits in it and it pops up.

    Then its just a case of dissasembling the rest of the scres (heat sink on cpu does not need to be removed) and the cmos is underneath hope this helps, had to work it out myself.

    Does anyone nkow how to reset the bios??????

    Ive removed the cmos battery and left it for 24 hours, theres no bloody jumper switch on the motherboard so i cant do it.


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