I have this same laptop. It is pretty simple to tear apart. Is there any specific areas you wish to access or did you want to just take it completely apart? If you are going ofr the keyboard ribbon or the touchpad ribbon, just undo the two screws out that are located behind the pivot point of the screen, then open the laptop and remove the small plate. This reveals access to two more screws (2 silver, 2 black). Remove the silver ones not the black ones. The black screws remove the lower shell assembly. Once the silver screws are removed the accessory bezel can be removed. ( the one with the power button and lights)
There are yet two more screws that lock down the keyboard. Remove them and pivot the keyboard toward the touchpad. You can now safely remove the keyboard.
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Okay heres the thing, look up your model number on your laptop and check the model number in google, after you find your laptop look for a site that offers replacement parts, depending on the year of the laptop you can relativily pick up a screen for cheap, simply pull the small tabs that hold your plastic keyboard in place and lift it out gently (you dont want to damage the keys); then take apart the laptop as needed depending on the model it might only be two screws holding it in and you may not have to remove anything else, so anyway after you get past the hardware and gently dismantle your laptop, just remove screws and screen connector from motherboard (be sure to not touch motherboard or have it on any surface that might give you electrostatic discharge) which would fry your laptop. Then just swap out smashed screen for newly ordered screen and reassemble, not very difficult! Hard to give you any more info not knowing model or anything!! Good luck!!
Your new install of Windows will be using generic drivers. You need to update to the specific touchpad drivers. Download them from Trigem (Averatec is a brand name owned by trigem) http://www.trigem.com/us/support/drivers.asp
I had the same problem on one that I bought, that was used. You have to take out all of the little grey plugs and remove the screws underneath them. My cables were all fine. I had a connection inside the monitor area, near the top. There is a ribbon cable with a flat, wide plug on it. I had to uncompress the sides of the plug & jack. It cured the problem. About 4 months after I had it working, I found out the previous owner used to pick it up by the screen.