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Remove the bumpers that are on the plastic strip that goes around the lcd screen. Then remove the screws that were under the bumpers and pry the plastic strip off. Remove the screws from the sides of the brackets that hold the lcd screen. There might be screws that the four corners that hold the screen, but most times if you remove the ones on the side, then tilt the lcd screen forward it will fall out into your hand. Make sure you catch it and don't let it fall out too far because there will be a cable attached to the back of the lcd that you don't want to damage.
I think either you have the wrong DC Power Jack installed (where the power cord plugs into the computer) or the wrong AC Adapter & Power Cord.
Hopefully you have an AC Adapter Power Cord that was made for your computer and not one of those one size fits all that some stores sell with the interchangeable tip at the end that plugs into the computer.
We need to know the model of the laptop to say for sure, but most of the time, there are 2 latches that need to be pushed at the same time. It is often difficult to push both latches correctly and push the battery out at the same time, but they do this to keep the battery from falling out if one of the latches goes bad. Make sure that you are pushing both latches at the same time when you try to get the latch out.
This is common, I usually fold some paper, and jam it in at each end, not a pretty repair but effective. That or in worse circumstances a wee drop of Hot Glue, is a great fix, it can be simply picked off if ever you need to do anything with the battery.
if the charger keep on falling then the hole for the charger point on your system is too big for the charger but what you will have to do is that the might be other model of your system that will charge your system so what you will have to do is to go along with your system to the vendor near you that sells it so they will find the appropriate one that will charge your system even not for your model but the same maker but at least it will stick well and charge your laptop
The Digital Media Slot supports the following digital card formats: ● Memory Stick (MS) ● Memory Stick Pro (MSP) ● MultiMediaCard (MMC) ● Secure Digital Input/Output (SD I/O) ● Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card ● xD-Picture Card (XD) ● xD-Picture Card (XD) Type H ● xD-Picture Card (XD) Type M
if the clock is consistently being resetted then most likely you have a failing cmos battery. you need to dismantle the laptop in order to have access to the cmos battery. you need to fina a COIN type battery.