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I'm looking for instructions on how to change my Dell D410 laptop hinges. I have the hinges, just need to figure out how to get at them!

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Take a look at this link, it will show how to remove the display. It has good hints about how to do it all safely/correctly. That should get you started.
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd410/en/sm/display0.htm#wp1066876

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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    Caution, you might wish to have an experienced person do this. I know of one case where the screen was damaged, when the narrow frame was removed, to get access to the top half of the hinges.

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Pop the cover abover the keyboard, you then see the hinges

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Make sure you have a flat pliers then get a 1/2inc metallic plate preferable from a tin, cut into two hold with glue; get two strew to hold them in between to get a perfect bond.

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Touch bad driver for dell latitude d410


Hi elsankary111,

The touchpad driver for your laptop can be downloaded from Dell's support website. Since I'm not sure which operating system your laptop has installed, I'll give you some more detailed instructions for locating the driver:
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Where can i find the process to change a D410 inverter


If the screen on your laptop is dimming or not working at all, the fault may lie in the Dell Latitude D410 Inverter --the device that powers the screen's backlight. Replacing an Dell Latitude D410 LCD inverter will require some finesse, but you do not need a technical background. If you are comfortable with opening up your laptop, then this is a do-it-yourself project.
1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery pack.
2. Locate the rubber screw covers around your laptop screen. There are typically four, but some models may have more.
3. Remove the screw covers. Take care not to lose any. They pop off and, if you are not careful, could go flying.
4. Place your fingers between the front bezel (the plastic piece around the LCD screen) and the screen. Gently work your way around the screen to remove the front bezel and expose the screen assembly.
5. Remove the inverter from the screen assembly. It is held on by tape in most models. In some models the Dell Latitude D410 Inverter may be right at the bottom of the screen assembly, below the actual LCD. Other models have the Dell Latitude D410 LCD inverter behind the screen. To disassemble the screen, you will need to either unscrew the screen from its metal holder, or just lift the screen out to expose the inverter.
6. Disconnect the wires leading from the Dell Latitude D410 Inverter. One wire goes to the backlight, while the other goes to the video card.
7. Look on the back of the Dell Latitude D410 LCD inverter for a model number or serial number. Having this exact number will make it easier to order a replacement.
8. Connect the video wire and the backlight wire into the new inverter and affix it using the tape that held the original in place. If you do not have that tape anymore, or it has lost its adhesiveness, you can buy more from computer parts retailers.
9. Put the screen back in place if you need to, and snap the front bezel back on.
10. Screw the front bezel screws back in, and place the screw covers back in place.

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd410/en/sm/index.htm

This service manual describes in step-by-step how to disassemble/re-assemble this laptop model.

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I used a flat ended phillips tip screwdriver and pushed the pin back in while gently rocking the monitor back and forth. That seemed to solve the problem.

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