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SOURCE: need to disassembe panasonic toughbook 51

Laptop disassembly is a tricky/hard process but does not have to be if you are prepared. Only you can judge your comfortability with doing the process. I will share my techniques with you and you decide if you want to proceed. I have been doing IT repair for 10 years, but I had to start on that first laptop at some time. If it were still under warranty I would advise against opening it since that would void the warranty. But since you are considering it I am assuming that it is out of warranty. Here is what I do when I disassemble a laptop. You have to be very methodical in doing this and have uninterrupted time to do this. You would ideally want to be able to reassemble the laptop the same day. Get a piece of sturdy cardboard. Have a nice workspace that is uncluttered and some tools. I bought a nice computer repair tool kit from staples for $30. Look for one that has small screwdrivers and buy a set of picks. Plus I picked up a specialty screwdriver set that had various bits.
Draw a rough picture of the bottom of the laptop and the screw locations on the cardboard. As you remove one screw at a time stick it into the cardboard in the appropriate location. Some screws hide under labels on the bottom of the laptop. One major caveat - Do not excessively force things while doing repairs on laptops as it is easy to break things. When undoing connectors look carefully at them and try to determine how they come apart by looking at them good before attempting to disconnect. Most ribbon cables have a little plastic piece you have to lift up to release, although if you pull hard enough they will come out (not recommended). I also use a small pick for undoing the plastic clip connectors that connect a lot of the plastic parts of the case. Do this slow disassembly; drawing on cardboard the locations of screws, taking pictures can also help. I make about 20 drawings by the time I am down to the motherboard. As you remove parts set them aside, in order of disassembly, on your worktable. Make sure your cats are barred from the work area! As I disassemble each part I put a number beside it on my cardboard and any notes that help describe where things go. If some part does not come off easily, do not force it. Look very hard to find out what is holding it. Some screws also hide behind the rubber feet or little rubber nubs. You will not have to remove all the parts of the laptop to change out the moniter. Attention to detail is very important! Assembly is the reverse of the disassembly. It helps if you are mechanically inclined and like to take things apart. So as you can see, this will be a challenging project. I have disassembled over 20 laptops and I still do the same procedure with each laptop, as each one is different. Good luck and let us know the outcome.

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How can I fix Toughbook


If you screen was dimming on your Toughbook, then try to
attach an external VGA monitor when the Toughbook is
turned off, then power on the external monitor,
then power-on the external screen.

If the external screen works, then you may have a bad
inverter if you TB is 2007 or before.

If the TB is 2008 or 2009 or later, then probably your screen
is NOT LCD with an inverter but instead LED. Which means
that you have to replace the entire LED screen.

Good Luck!
Regards,
Richard - Montreal Based
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Print screen on panasonic CF-53 toughbook


On any Panasonic Toughbook, when you press
"Shift" and "PrtSc" then this should capture whatever was
on the screen of your laptop.

This is usually a JPG picture. To see what it captured,
open the "Paint" program which is located under All Programs and Accessories.

When "Paint" is opened then click once in the blank portion of the screen, then click on "Edit" and then "Paste".

A shortcut is to use "CTRL" and "V"

You can now save the captured screen shot as an image.

That is it. Good Luck and Best Regads from:
Richard, Montreal Based Panasonic Canada Authorized Toughbook Dealer since 1989.

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Remove bios password for a panasonic toughbook cf-30k


  • Press "F2" on your keyboard when you see the Panasonic logo appear on the screen. You will immediately be prompted to enter your Panasonic Toughbook Cf-29 BIOS password. Type the word "Biostar" into the password prompt. This is your Panasonic Toughbook Cf-29 backdoor BIOS password. Press the "Enter" key to unlock your Panasonic Toughbook Cf-29 BIOS.
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    My keyboard is frozen


    When any Panasonic Toughbook is frozen,
    you can try the following:

    1) Plug-in an external USB Keyboard and see
    if that works. If it does, then at least you can continue
    to work in a round-about way.

    2) Go to Programs, Accessories and Ease of Access.
    Choose On Screen Keyboard. You can now type with
    a keyboard which is display on the screen.
    Better than nothing.

    3) Shut Down the Toughbook Properly or if the unit
    is really frozen Hold Down the Power Button for
    10-15 seconds until the unit powers off. This is a
    last resort way of regaining control of your Toughbook.

    A replacement keyboard may be your final option.

    Good Luck.

    Regards,
    Richard - Montreal Based
    Panasonic Canada Toughbook Authorized Dealer since 1989

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    How to screen shot


    On any computer including Panasonic Toughbooks,
    to capture the image currently on the screen, please
    press "SHIFT" + "PRTSC".

    PRTSC= Print Screen

    The to see the captured image,open PAINT under Accesories
    and then press the "PASTE" button. This will copy the image
    stored in the clipboard to the screen.

    Finally, save the image either as a JPG or a BMP and
    voila this is now a picture file that you can use in the future.

    Good Luck.
    Richard from Montreal
    Authorized Panasonic Toughbook Dealer since 1989.

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    Put panasonic cf 29 into safe mode


    On ALL Panasonic Toughbooks you can
    boot into safe mode as follows:

    Make sure the Toughbook is OFF.

    Power on the Toughbook and immediately
    start to press repeatedly the "F8" function key
    which is usually located above the number 7 key.

    You only have 2-3 seconds to do this and this
    will only work in Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7.

    A "text-only" screen will come up. You can then
    choose SAFE MODE or if you also need to
    connect to the internet choose:
    Safe Mode with Networking.

    Use the UP or Down Arrows to highlight the
    selected option and then press Enter.

    That is it.

    Good Luck!
    Regards,
    Richard - Montreal Based
    Panasonic Canada Toughbook Authorized Dealer since 1989

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    Screen stays dark


    On ALL Panasonic Toughbook Models,
    if the screen stays dark I would shut-off the
    Toughbook and connect an external monitor
    to the VGA port (15-pin female connector),
    which is usually BLUE in color.

    Make sure the monitor is ON first, then
    turn ON the Toughbook.

    If the monitor comes on then your problem
    is the backlight or possibly the inverter of the
    screen.

    If no image is shown on the external monitor
    and the screen stays dark and you cannot
    hear any startup (ie. Windows) sound, then
    your video card may be defective. Very few
    Toughbooks fail this way since they are
    normally very very relaible but it can happen.

    Good Luck
    Regards,
    Richard - Montreal Based
    Panasonic Canada Toughbook Authorized Dealer since 1989

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    goto your device manager and then find your display driver and update it. Dont search for it, manually locate the driver being in the location where you extracted the driver. Then update. and bingo!

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    I'm sorry Joel, these screens are considered sealed units, and you can't get replacement parts for them. You'll have to purchase an entire screen. Give your brother my regaurds, Semper Fi !!!!

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