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Cant remove the screen for Pavilion n5470 laptop.

There are a few screws underneath the screen joint, but they are unreachable until the screen is removed. please help

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press f11 or f10 when your laptop first turns on and maybe u can reset it

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Remove the two screws on the back of the hinge covers. then pry off the speaker panel/buttons in front of the screen. there are three screws that hold the keyboard in place. remove those and then remove the keyboard. there are two screws under the keyboard in the center of the unit. Remove those. There are also 3 screws that can only be removed if you pop out the hard drive. Hope this helps. I have had mine apart many times

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Unscrew the six Phillips-head screws holding the large T-shaped panel to the bottom of the Pavilion dv7. Remove the panel and set it aside.

Remove the keyboard locking screw--marked by a keyboard-shaped icon--from the top part of the compartment exposed when you removed the T-shaped panel. Reserve the screw.

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Push both sides of the speaker grille cable lock forward until the cable slides easily out of the logic board connector. Set the speaker grille aside.

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Unlock the Pavilion dv7 keyboard cable connector using the same method as for the speaker grille connector. Slide the cable out of the connector, remove the keyboard and set it aside.

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Slide the speaker grille cable into the connector and close the cable lock. Push the speaker grille into its original position above the Pavilion dv7 keyboard. Press gently on all parts of the speaker grille until it is flush with the computer casing.

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Most times it is located on a white sticker near the memory slots. One would think that is for the memory slots. Sometimes it could be anywhere and sometimes it will have MB on the sticker along with a series of numbers and letters. Sometimes only portions of the number you see on the sticker might be used to identify the board.

Try the steps below to be sure.

Write down the numbers you see on a piece of paper. Then go on ebay and in the search box type: HP Pavilion n5470 Motherboard. When the search results come back look at the motherboard part numbers and find one that matches one of the numbers you wrote down.

I looked for your board on ebay and only saw the following number for the motherboard: F2409-60903
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Get online and got to In the google search box type: "HP Support" or "Compaq Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating system when requested. Look at the links on the webpage and there will be one for warranty or configuration, specifications, etc. They will require you to put in the serial number and part number located on a sticker on the bottom of the laptop. Serial number will have S/N: Part number will have P/N: followed by a series of numbers and letters.

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