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Takeing my samsung v20 laptop apart

Hi i wanted to know if there is a screw i have missed i have removed all the screws i can see but its still stuck on the left and right sides

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Try and remove the CD or DVD Drive.
you will notice some holes at the back of the laptop inline with where the CD drive is.
Look through the holes and you will see some screws.
Unsrew them.

Please let me know if theres any success.

Good luck!!!

Posted on Feb 13, 2008


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