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How do i safely remove the cable that attaches to the motherboard on my toshiba laptop


Toshiba satellite motherboard removal.

A motherboard is usually replaced for one of two reasons. You either replace a motherboard because it has gone bad, or you replace an older motherboard with a new or upgraded motherboard. In either case you will have to completely disassemble your laptop to even gain access to your motherboard. Fortunately, the Toshiba Satellite laptop can be completely disassembled even if you don't have a lot of technical knowledge.

Turn off the laptop, disconnect the power cable, remove the battery pack and disconnect any miscellaneous cables and peripheral devices. WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source. Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer. While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards Attach an antistatic wrist bracelet to prevent shock from static electricity. Static electricity can harm your computer's internal parts. Place the laptop face down, and remove the single Phillips-head screw attached to the hard drive cover. Remove the hard drive cover, then set it aside. Remove the single Phillips-head screw attached to the wireless card/memory cover. Remove the cover and set it aside. Slide the hard drive out of its compartment. This will disconnect the hard drive from the computer. Set the hard drive aside very carefully. Push on the ejector tabs on either side of each RAM module. Slide the RAM modules out of their compartments at a 45-degree angle. Remove them from the laptop and set them carefully aside. Disconnect the antenna cable from the wireless card, and then lift the wireless card out of the laptop. Remove the four retaining screws from the modem card. Lift the modem card slightly out of the laptop, and then disconnect the modem cable from the motherboard. Set the modem card aside. Remove the single Phillips-head screw securing the DVD/optical drive. Slide the DVD drive out of the laptop's frame and set it aside. Remove all marked screws from the bottom casing of the laptop, and then place the laptop face up. Open the laptop as far as it will go. Use a small flathead screwdriver to pry up the keyboard bezel. The keyboard bezel is a small plastic strip sitting between the keyboard and the LCD display. Remove the two Phillips-head screws securing the keyboard in place. Lift up on the keyboard and disconnect the keyboard's ribbon connector from the motherboard. Remove the keyboard from the laptop and set it aside very carefully. Close the laptop. Place the laptop vertically so the LCD display hinges are face up. Remove the two Phillips-head screws from the hinges. Set the laptop down and open the laptop as far as it will go. Remove the four Phillips-head screws securing the LCD display. Lift up on the LCD display, and then disconnect the video cable from the motherboard. Remove the LCD display from the laptop and set it aside carefully. Disconnect the DVD control board cable, the touchpad cables and speaker cables from the motherboard. Disengage the plastic latches on the rear of the laptop casing near the hinges, and then remove the top casing from the laptop's base and set it aside. Remove the two Phillips-head screws securing the CPU fan and heat sink in place. Disconnect the fan cable from the motherboard. Remove the fan and heat sink from the motherboard and set it aside. Remove the single Phillips-head screw securing the motherboard to the bottom laptop casing. Disconnect the USB port connector from the motherboard and remove the jack from its housing. Lift the motherboard from the bottom laptop casing and very carefully set it aside.

Hope this helps.

Dec 13, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How to replace cmos battery on satellite p105-s6217 laptop


Turn the laptop over and remove the battery pack.

From the bottom of the laptop, unscrew the plastic shells securing the slots for memory,


Bluetooth, hard drive and modem.

You may have to remove more than one screw for each shell. Keep all screws in a small container, away from the work area.


Remove the memory (RAM) modules, the hard drive and any optical drives (CD-ROM or DVD-ROM).

Press the clips on either end of the memory slot to raise the RAM module and detach by pulling it out. Work slowly and carefully, to prevent damage to RAM modules or the memory slot.


Do the same for all modules, if you have more than one.

Slide out the hard drive and optical drive. If the drives seem to be stuck, look for any screws you may have missed.


Turn the laptop over and insert a pointy tool under the thin strip at the top of the keyboard. Use the tool as a lever to pry the securing strip loose, while working with your finger to release latches along the length of the strip.

Remove the keyboard by undoing two screws securing it.


Raise the keyboard and disconnect its cables.

Close the laptop lid and turn it around, so that you are facing ports on the back.


Remove two screws from the metal plate around the ports.

Open the lid and remove a single screw securing the wireless card cover; the screw is under the keyboard, which you already removed.


Disconnect cables from the motherboard.

Access the board through the space created by removing the keyboard. Unplug the speaker cable from the motherboard by carefully pulling at its head.


Unscrew and remove Wi-Fi antennas, and detach the wireless card from the motherboard. Unplug thin, ribbon-like cables from the video card.

Detach the display assembly from the base of the laptop.


Loosen any attachments, and pull the casing toward you to detach the display assembly, including the LCD panel, from the base.

With the motherboard completely exposed, unscrew and remove the video card.


Undo two screws from either side of the hard drive housing and detach the drive.

Dismount the CPU heat sink and detach the fan cable from the motherboard by removing five screws.


You can now access the battery board with the CMOS battery attached to it.

Undo two screws to detach the battery board from the motherboard.


Disconnect two cables running from the battery board, and carefully raise the board to detach it.

Replace the CMOS battery by prying it open with a pointy tool. Insert a new battery and reassemble the laptop.


hope this helps





Oct 04, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite P105S6217

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Toshiba p300 manuel


How to take apart a Toshiba Satellite P305 and Satellite P300 series notebook.

In this case I'm working on a Toshiba Satellite P305 notebook. Also, you can use same set of instructions for taking apart a Toshiba Satellite P300 notebook.




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STEP 1

Turn off the laptop, unplug the power adapter and remove the battery.

In the battery compartment remove three screws securing the keyboard bezel.




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STEP 2

Remove the keyboard bezel with a small flathead screwdriver.





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STEP 3

Remove two screws from the keyboard.



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STEP 4

Lift up the keyboard as it shown on the picture and place it upside down on the palm rest


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STEP 5

Unlock the connector on the motherboard and release the keyboard cable.
Remove the keyboard. \


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STEP 6

Remove one screw securing the CD/DVD drive.



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STEP 7

Push the CD/DVD drive from the laptop and remove it.
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Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can kill your computer

ESD can permanently damage your laptop. Always ware ESD wrist strap when you work with internal computer components.

How notebook screws are marked


In Toshiba notebooks most screws are marked. Here are some examples:
F4 - flat-head screw 4mm long
B6 - button-head screw 6mm long
F16 - flat-head screw 16mm long
B8 - button-head screw 8mm long

When you are taking apart a laptop you'll have to deal with lots of screws. Keep everything organized.


Removing Memory Modules


Carefully spread latches on both sides of the memory slot with your fingers.


Carefully spread latches on both sides of the memory slot with your fingers.


Carefully pull the memory module from the slot by the edges.


Removing Wireless Card

There are two antenna wires connected to the wireless card.
White wire connects to the main connector on the card.
Black wire connects to the auxiliary connector on the card.

To disconnect the antenna wire from the wireless card grasp the connector with your fingers and unsnap it from the card.

Carefully spread latches on both sides of the wireless card slot, just enough to release the card.


The wireless card will pop up at 30 degrees angle.

Pull the wireless card from the slot by the edges.


Disconnecting Keyboard


Before you pull the keyboard cable from the connector on the motherboard, you'll have to open up the connector.

Before you pull the keyboard cable from the connector on the motherboard, you'll have to open up the connector.

After the connector is unlocked you can pull the cable. Be very careful with the connector. If you accidentally damage the connector, you'll have to replace the motherboard.

Removing Modem Card

The connector is located under the modem and you cannot see it until the modem is remove. After the modem is removed, disconnect the cable (on the left side).

\Usually the modem is secured to the motherboard by two screws. Remove them.

To disconnect the modem from the motherboard lift it up.


CPU came out attached to heatsink
In some cases, when you remove the heat sink, the CPU might get out attached to the heat sink. DO NOT install it back into the socket like that, separate the CPU from the heat sink first.


CPU came out attached to the heat sink because thermal paste dried out and glued the processor.

Insert a flathead screwdriver between the CPU and the heat sink surface. Carefully rotate the screwdriver until the CPU separates from the heat sink.

\Lift up the CPU and install it back into the socket on the motherboard. Now you can safely remove old thermal paste and apply a new layer of paste.


Removing and Installing CPU


The CPU is locked in the socket. Before you can remove the CPU, you'll have to unlock the socket. Use a flathead screwdriver and turn the socket screw to "Open" position.


Lift up the CPU by the edges. Be careful, there are a lot of fragile pins on the opposite side of the CPU. You should be able to install the CPU back into the socket without any force.

There is only one correct way to install the processor into the socket. Both CPU and socket are keyed. When you are installing the CPU, make sure to match pins on the processor with holes on the socket.

Before applying thermal grease on the CPU, clean the surface with alcohol.

After the CPU surface is cleaned, apply a small drop of thermal grease.

Spread thermal grease evenly and install the heat sink.


ATTENTION! If you forget to lock the CPU in the socket, the laptop will not boot. If you install the heat sink without applying thermal grease, the CPU will overheat.

Dec 20, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Ang problema ng cpu ko ay may power cya tumatakbo din ang processor.ngunit walang lumalabas sa monitor.


check lahat ng cable lalo na ung papunta sa monitor,tapos try mu rin sa ibang computer ung monitor mu, kung ok naman, open mu ang cover ng CPU dahandahan mung tanggalin ang memory,linisin mu ng eraser ng maingat ung kulay gold side ng memory.. then try, pag wala parin, try mung lagyan ng ibang ayos na memory, kung may tunog naman, 1 Long 2 ShortVideo Card Error - Either re-seat or replace video card,Repeating beepsMemory Error - Memory is either damaged or badly seated.

Aug 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to replace memory cards on a dell laptop D600


Hello.

There's a great article found online from eHow with the following instructions:

Things you'll need:
  • SO DIMM 200-pin DDR SDRAM memory module
  • Phillips screwdriver

  • Shut down any currently running applications and turn off your laptop. Disconnect the power cord and any other attached cables. Remove any installed PC cards. Turn the laptop over and locate the battery compartment at the front edge of the device. Push the latch in the direction it indicates and remove the battery from the laptop.
  • 2 Examine the memory module cover, located next to the battery compartment. Unscrew the screw securing the memory module cover to the laptop. Remove the cover and set it aside.
  • 3 Push apart the clips located on either side of the currently installed memory module. Slide the module out of the socket and set it aside.
  • 4 Align the notch on the connector end of the memory module with the crossbar in the socket. Insert your replacement module into the socket and apply firm pressure until it is seated properly. Push the module downward until the clips lock it in place.
  • 5 Replace the memory module cover and screw it securely in place. Reinsert the battery into the battery compartment. Reinstall any previously removed PC cards and reconnect the power cable and any other previously disconnected cables. The laptop is now ready for use.

  • Hope this helps.


    Dec 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    When i switched on my PC then it showed cannot find script file cleanvirus vbs.... and when i connected data cable to the CPU n when i tried to open my memory card then also this problem appeared...


    Attaching and removing data cable or memory card,it can cause of viruses to your computer.
    It can damage USB ports and other components related to that things.
    So avoid to attach card reader and USB pen drive to your ports more times.
    Remove viruses by installing antivrus such as quick heal total security,Mcafee anti virus,and many.

    Apr 10, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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    CPU NOT DETECTING ERROR CODE FF


    If you are having trouble booting the system and getting a screen try the following multi-step procedure. Power off your system first before completing any of the following tips.
    1) Check CMOS clear jumper JP1 (JBAT1 on some systems). Set for CLEAR for 5 seconds, then move back.
    2) Check CPU host clock jumpers (if any) are properly set. Note: does not control memory bus.
    3) Check your power supply. Should be 110/115v for North America.
    4) Unplug all data cables for IDE and FDD from the motherboard.
    5) Unplug all power supply cables attaching to your IDE and FDD drives.
    6) Remove all cards and devices EXCEPT for video, RAM, CPU, CPU heatsink/FAN.
    7) Move memory into a different bank, if available.
    8)Unplug the CPU and reattach.
    9) Ensure your CPU heatsink/FAN is attached properly to the CPU.
    10) If you use a variable RPM fan ensure its set for full speed.
    11) Retest.
    12) If 1-11 do not help power off and test the motherboard outside the computer case to eliminate a case/motherboard power short.
    13) Retest. If the board now works check for case problems. If the system still is not working continue…
    14) You may have a possible hardware problem. Any device in the system may be a possible culprit. Use process of elimination to determine the cause. Swap out as many components as possible starting with RAM, CPU, POWER SUPPLY, VIDEO CARD (if present) and/or MOTHERBOARD.

    Jul 30, 2009 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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    My computer comes on but my screen is blank


    Hi tytiyana..
    i am giving my sugggestions.

    Remedies. The remedies below should be performed in order. NOTE:Turn off the computer after each step. Never work inside the computer case with the power turned on.
    1. Check and make sure all cables are firmly attached to the back of the computer and to all external devices. Retry.
    2. Remove the case cover from the computer. Make sure all cables (hard drive, power cables, other disk cables) inside the computer are firmly attached.
    Press down on all ISA and PCI cards and make sure they are firmly seated. Make sure your DRAM memory cards are firmly seated. Feel the top of the CPU and make sure it is not hot (warm is OK). Retry.
    3. This step is only for newly built computers that have not successfully booted. Get out your motherboard manual, or download one from the manufacturer's site, and go over all your motherboard jumper settings.
    Set the jumpers in the most conservative position. Review all your accessory wire connections (keyboard lock, hard drive access light, etc.) and make sure the connectors to the motherboard are facing the same direction. Retry.
    4. Turn the computer back on with the case off. Verify that your CPU and power supply fan are running. If either one is not running you have a problem. If the power supply fan is not running replace the power supply (make sure the power connectors are correctly attached to the motherboard). Make sure the CPU fan is connected to power on the motherboard. If it is correctly connected and still doesn't run, replace it. Retry.
    5. Unplug your computer. Remove all PCI and ISA cards. Reinstall the video card and disconnect the hard drive cable. Plug in the keyboard, video cable, and power cable. Restart your computer. If this worked, go to Step 6. If your DOS screen doesn't come up at this point try the following ideas.

    a. Closely examine your motherboard and make sure it is not making contact with the computer case, which will short it.
    b. Your video card, video cable, or monitor may be malfunctioning. Borrow a video card, cable and monitor, retry.
    c. Remove and reinstall your DRAM. If your computer can not find system memory it will not POST.
    d. Remove the CPU and reinstall it.
    e. Follow your motherboard manual's instructions for resetting your BIOS to its default configuration.
    If your computer still will not boot into a DOS screen, seek professional help.

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    Have a t3508 emachine it boots but screen has no signal


    Check if you have properly inserted the monitor cable to your CPU. To make sure you did, detach the cable first by loosening up the two screws that hold the cable in place to the CPU, then re-insert the cable and tighten the screws.

    If that doesn't work, you may open your CPU if your computer is no longer under warranty, remove the video card (the one where you attach the monitor cable) by the edge gradually off its slot, then put it back in. Test for signal. Make sure you remove static charges from your body by placing your hands on the sides of your CPU first before opening the CPU cover.

    If this doesn't work, your video card probably is damaged.

    Aug 30, 2008 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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