Question about JVC XV841 Notebook
I am trying to upgrade the hard drive in the above model laptop but
cannot get the case open to do so. Please would you help with the
Hey, I had to replace the drive in mine, It's not too hard. Remove all the screws from the bottom of the case. Snap out the keyboard there are little snaps at the top of the esc & delete key use a small flat balde screwdriver. Then use a credit card around the edges of the main body to help snap it apart. Remove the top half, remove the silver speaker cover. Take out all of the screws holding the motherboard down. Remove the motherboard, The hard drive is under it. A note the ribbon cables are very very sensitive be careful when messing with them you don't want to tear them it will ruin your day ;-)
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
The BIOS needs to be updated every few years when technology changes to accommodate the operation of new parts.
The update is normally obtained from the maker of the computer, or in the case of a non-brand computer, from the maker of the motherboard or sometimes the BIOS maker itself.
The BIOS contains all the technical information about key components of the computer like disk drives, keyboards and display settings. It also keeps track of the date and time.
In recent years some computers required BIOS updates to make them better operate with plug and play features built into Windows. BIOS updates were also required to accommodate larger hard drives.
The BIOS updates are generally downloadable from your motherboard's or computer's websites. You'll have to do some detective work to figure out what brand and model of motherboard is in the system that you have to update. If you bought your PC from a small shop, a manual for the motherboard is usually included with the system's documentation.
Once downloaded to your hard drive, run the update program and you may be prompted to create a floppy disk, which can then be used to update the BIOS.
However some newer programs will do a BIOS upodate without the need to create a floppy disk. You just the run the update and the BIOS is updated after a reboot.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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