Question about ASUS G75VW-BBK5 17.3" Notebook
I know they keyboard itself can be removed without doing a full system teardown. I don't need to reduce it to small bit parts; I just need to replace the keyboard and only the keyboard and nothing else at all. does anyone know the method to remove the keyboard, only the keyboard, and nothing else but the keyboard? Every video and reference I see shows a total and unecessary tear-down. I just need to remove the keyboard and nothing else. I can't stress through enough that I just want to remove they keyboard. People keep linking me to the same teardowns I've seen already. If you can answer my specific question then I thank you. If you're intent on linking me to a full tear-down; don't. I already know how to do that. It's not necessary for something this basic. I just need to know what screws lock the keyboard in, or what tabs to pry into.
Posted by Anonymous on
Careful - if you do not know what the heck you are doing you can cause irreparable damage. Check it out first on google and see if there is a video available on utube for the procedure.
Posted on May 23, 2015
Try to Snap out the side of the keyboard, observe how it is attach to the unit. Search if it has magic lock on its side.
Posted on May 23, 2015
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SOURCE: ASUS L3500 Keyboard
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Posted on Mar 08, 2008
SOURCE: Asus a6000 keyboard
Keyboards are most generally held by screws in one of two places. 1- On the bottom, could be marked with a K, With bottom screws, the keyboard may have tabs on it holding it, you will need to pry the tabs gently out away from the plastics. 2- towards the top of the keyboard under the power button strip. Try this link, you may be able to find a breakdown diagram for your machine there.
Don't be afraid to remove all the screws on the bottom of the machine if you're unsure as to which are for the keyboard, it won't hurt anything as long as you get them all back in. If they're marked with a B, it's a motherboard screw, and P is for plastic casing.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
SOURCE: Removing keyboard for ASUS A9rp
There are three little clips at the very top of the keyboard itself, if you lightly push them in starting at one side while very lightly prying on the keyboard you can lift it out and then just unhook the ribbon cable. That's it, really simple actually!!!
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
Flip the laptop over, there is a hole scre in a hole on the graphics card and cpu cover.
It is marked with a K>.
Remove that screw and flip the laptop back over.
At the top of the keyboard over the f2 key, between F5 and F6 F10 and the INS buttons.
Pop these over to release and then there are two on the sides near Tab and PgUp.
Slowly lift the keyboard up don't yank or pull hard.
there is a data cable is on the lower left.
Slide the lock bar down and release the data cable.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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