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The upper part of the laptop don't have screws. Just with the help of flat screw driver remove the strip on the upper side of the keyboard. After removing you will see two screws down with the keyboard . Remover the screws and remover the connector of keyboard that connects the keyboard with the mother board.
Put new keyboard and put the keyboard connector back. Screw it back and put the strip back.
1. look on the mother board for a small round battery about the size of a nickle, remove it, start pc, after start up shut down, replace battery, start up again... or remove battery, let sit for about 30min, replace battery start pc.
2. look for a small red or yellow toggle switch or button on the mother board, (should say "reset bios") push button, restart pc.
i assume this is a lap top so there will be some disassembly of the unit, not to extreme though, usualy the battery and the switch/button are next to one another and located toward the front of the mother board, and if in lap tops the battery or batteries are in a plastic covering wired to the mother board with a small connector, just unplug connector if you cant find the reset button.
1.first remove battery and adopter.remove back side covers,wireless lan antenna
2. remove all the screws in bottom side. 3.just above the keboard ,the front panel neds to removed with little preasure from fingers and remove the flat cable jently. remove lcd panel cable,pull out wlan cable in upword direction. 4.un-screw screws over keyboard and lift the keyboard,look at the bottom remove the flat cable(the brown colored lock should be pushed up jently. 5.remove the touch-pad flat cable similarly & remove any other cables 6.jently pull the top panel towards you with fingers( observr any cables/wires conected to mother board) 7.once front panel is removed remove other cables /wires connected to usb/phone socket/wlan. 8.un-screw the screws with arrow indicater to remove mother board from back panel. 9. remove the screws form heat sink attached fan jently. replace the fan or heat sink with fan of the same part number.( a. put few drops of any oil betwen gap pan blade and plastic it might clear dust b. in case fan is smooth then 5 volts wont be comming from mother board(red wire) then u requir proffesional help ). 10. follow the reverse procedure to assemble the laptop. *****before you start any work ground ur body start with bare foot as all devices are esd sensitive. try with your own risk iam not responsible for consiquential damage to device/person .these are just hints to help*****
you will have to remove all screws on the back then flip it over and remove key board then there will be more screws to remove LCD and palm rest. then remove screws from mother board and then you will be able to get to the fan.
it should be under waranty seeing that the motherboard is malfunctioning again. normally the hardware will go out before the motherboard and seeing that its the same problem again mark the motherboard in a nice little place with a marker to insure they are not doing a repair and giving you back the same faulty board.
All i can really offer for help is to try to remove the screws on the underside of the notebook. That is how i have to remove the keyboard on my Sony vaio. I cannot find anything online that describes how to remove the keyboard. But i can say when you get the keyboard off follow the link i provided above and click on the link that says "How to fortify damaged power jack connection in a laptop" This gives excellent instructions on how to repair this jack.
Or if you want to buy a new one follow this link to buy one off e-bay.
If you look on the laptop repair link it gives you a good idea about how to remove the keyboard so follow those directions as close as you can. And remember that these computers use a lot of snap fasteners so some stuff may be snapped in place and not screwed down.
It is a standard 2.5" IDE laptop drive. You have to dis-assemble to mother board. Easy to do if you are comfortable with internals. You have to remove a million screws to get case apart. All visible on bottom, also internal pc card next to memory card has 2 screws. Don't forget back side hinge screws and edge screws on upper part of lower shell visible in back and when dvd/cd is pulled (2 bottom screws hold player in. The shell come apart easily little force no tricky pressure or lock taps. Where it hinges on back top side next to LCD screen lift gently straight up this is where it is most resistant. A few ribbon cables and 2 wire cables to disconnect. After lower case top is off a few screws holding mother board (arrows) needs to be removed to lift motherboard. Drive is connected to mother board by ribbon cable lift pry gently up to release it. Drive is held in by 4 screws. Good luck. If you do not want to do this just get a 2.5" usb drive. You can buy the drives and external case or by already made ones e.g. WD passport.
BTW I am looking for an actius mp-30 casing, mine has damage.
You'll have to remove the mother board to fix this. Basically, remove the keyboard & touchpad. You will see the mother board at that time. Remove whatever else is necessary to get down to the mother board. Hint! Keep track of what screw comes out of what hole. You'll need to know that for reassembly. Ron-