Until today i found a diagram on internet, i unscrewed all the screws, but im not sure if under the keypad would be any other screw that would hold this corner that does not comes off. If you have any advice, let me know,
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Remove the keyboard screws first, the screws that secure the keyboard have keyboard symbols next to the screws.
Some Compaq/HP have slide catches along the top edge of the keyboard between the number keys and the Function keys. Usually the slide catches are located between the ESC & F1 key, F4 & F5 key, F8 & F9 keys, F12 & delete keys. Slide these catches towards the front edge of the keyboard (ie. towards the space bar) you should be able to lift the keyboard clear. Don't forget to unclip the ribbon cables on the keyboard.
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On the bottom of the computer, have the battery facing you. At the upper left corner of the case you will find a hard drive bay. Probably has 3 or 4 screws. May be less, I'm not sure just how many. Anyway, you unscrew the little door and lift it up. Under that door lies the hard drive. It may have a screw or two holding it in. If so, unscrew those screws. You can then either lift the hard up by sliding it to the left to unplug it from the motherboard. The hard drive will be in it's own holder. It is held there by 4 screws, 2 on each side. Unscrew them and lift the drive out of it's holder. Look at the end of your new drive--does it look the same as the one you just took out? There may be an adapter on the end of the drive you just pulled out. If so, you can pull it straight off the old drive and put it on the new one. Now reverse the process and install the new one in the computer.
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step 1. unscrew the lcd bezel untightening the six screws. step 2. pull out the lcd hinge cover step 3. lay the lcd flat and unscrew the screws under the lcd slowly so that you dont damage the sensitive wiring step4. if its left hinge unscrew the left screw if right vice versa step 5. pull out the lcd hinge with a sharp object step 6. insert the new lcd hinge and repeat procedure from 6 to 1 enjoy and remember to say thanks
Hi, Its better to give to an expert for repair , but if you still plan to do it by yourself , then unscrew the back of the motherboard , before doing first unplug the Battery and unplug the Keypad with 14 screws to be removed. You will find the processor Fan to be replaced. You need to have the right tool to handle this. Good Luck!
Flip it over and draw a diagram of the back make sure to indicate every screw location then unscrew the screws as you do this tape each screw to the location in your diagram. The screws are the most difficult part in disassembling a laptop the diagram ensures you will know where every screw goes. After you unscrew the shell you may need to unscrew screws within your laptop before you begin draw a new diagram and tape the inside screws to your new diagram.
little pricey but im sure you can find a better deal if you look around also check out http://www.newegg.com under the computers catigory they might have a good deal on one for ya just make sure you get the right one for your model
I have a small tutorial on youtube about memory and hard drive the basic are the same ill post a tutorial in soon ,however to let you know there are a lot of screws and they are tiny things too! by looking at it on the left hand side there are 4 screws that hold it in place then you should be able to just slide it out, im not sure exactly how but ill figure it out and post the tutorial on toutube youll be looking for acer 3000 or zoomietime ill post it later today-z
Hi there, Turn you laptop upside down, you’ll find a few screws with a symbol that looks like a keyboard. Unscrew these screws(and ONLY these). Turn it again, open, and find about 4 "slides" in between the F-buttons. Slide them toward the front and lift the keyboard up from the F- buttons. Be careful not to break the thin film. The film can be lifted from the seal, again with care. Unscrew all the screws keeping the keyboard together. Then clean, and know why you shouldn’t drink and drive at the same time - sorry that’s in a all together different area :-) Regards Teis -> don’t forget to vote, - thank you.
You've to see at the back of your notebook, you have to unscrew that say say KB. Incase it is not written then unscrew all the top and middle screw.Some model after unscrew you have to remove the front panel first before removing keyboard or some model remove the front panel and KB screw is underneath it.By saying Front panel, I mean the panel at top where you press power-on button and all.