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Unscrew laptop How can I remove the keyboard? On what exact places must I put the knive? Is it ok when the keyboard while removing, strongly bends?

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Need to replace keyboard on toshiba laptop Att300


Laptops are a great line of computers that offer their users portability. However, one drawback of laptops being so portable is that all of their components are internally attached. Replacing things on a desktop computer can be as easy as unplugging a cord. With laptops, simple things like changing a laptop's keyboard becomes slightly more complicated.

Unplug the laptop's power cord from the wall outlet and remove the internal battery pack. To remove the internal battery pack, simply locate the release button on the bottom of the laptop. This button needs to be held in while the battery pack is slid free from the computer. This button locks the battery in place, so if it is not held in the battery pack will not be able to be removed. Unscrew all of the screws from the bottom of the laptop. All laptops have different amounts of screws holding the external case together; however, there is usually one screw at each corner, and then one or two screws in the center of the laptop. Once all the screws are removed, slide the laptop's hard drive from the computer. The computer's hard drive will generally be located on the left or right side of the laptop; there will be a small symbol engraved into the laptop to denote its location. Remove the screen from the body of the laptop. To do this, remove the two screws from the back of the computer that hold the screen's hinges in place. Once the screws are removed, pull up gently on the screen until the two pegs that held the screen up have cleared the holes in the laptop's body from which they rested. There will be two wires that lead away from the laptop screen so make sure not to pull up so far that they become disconnected. Separate the two plastic halves of the laptop's external case to expose the computer's internal components. Lift up on the keyboard pad and flip it on its face. You will notice a film-like strip that leads away from the keyboard and into the heart of the laptop. Before you can remove the keyboard, you must unscrew the metal piece that covers the computer's motherboard. This piece takes up the majority of the inside of the computer, so it will be very obvious to you when you are looking inside the laptop. Disconnect the keyboard connection after the metal covering from Step 4 has been removed. To remove the keyboard, follow the film-like strip back to where it connects to the computer's motherboard. The end of the connection will be held down by a small plastic tab. Pull up on this tab to release the keyboard connector and simply lift the old keyboard out of the laptop. Connect the new keyboard to the laptop. To do this, simply stick the end of the new keyboard's film-like connector inside the plastic tab that you released to remove the old keyboard. Push the tab back down so that it holds the end of the new keyboard's connector in place. Reassemble the computer by putting the components back in the exact spot you removed them from.
http://www.laptop-repair.info/laptop_keyboard_repair.html

Jan 20, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Keyboard replacement


Unplug the laptop's power cord from the wall outlet and remove the internal battery pack. To remove the internal battery pack, simply locate the release button on the bottom of the laptop. This button needs to be held in while the battery pack is slid free from the computer. This button locks the battery in place, so if it is not held in the battery pack will not be able to be removed. Unscrew all of the screws from the bottom of the laptop. All laptops have different amounts of screws holding the external case together; however, there is usually one screw at each corner, and then one or two screws in the center of the laptop. Once all the screws are removed, slide the laptop's hard drive from the computer. The computer's hard drive will generally be located on the left or right side of the laptop; there will be a small symbol engraved into the laptop to denote its location. Remove the screen from the body of the laptop. To do this, remove the two screws from the back of the computer that hold the screen's hinges in place. Once the screws are removed, pull up gently on the screen until the two pegs that held the screen up have cleared the holes in the laptop's body from which they rested. There will be two wires that lead away from the laptop screen so make sure not to pull up so far that they become disconnected. Step 4 Separate the two plastic halves of the laptop's external case to expose the computer's internal components. Lift up on the keyboard pad and flip it on its face. You will notice a film-like strip that leads away from the keyboard and into the heart of the laptop. Before you can remove the keyboard, you must unscrew the metal piece that covers the computer's motherboard. This piece takes up the majority of the inside of the computer, so it will be very obvious to you when you are looking inside the laptop. Disconnect the keyboard connection after the metal covering from Step 4 has been removed. To remove the keyboard, follow the film-like strip back to where it connects to the computer's motherboard. The end of the connection will be held down by a small plastic tab. Pull up on this tab to release the keyboard connector and simply lift the old keyboard out of the laptop. Connect the new keyboard to the laptop. To do this, simply stick the end of the new keyboard's film-like connector inside the plastic tab that you released to remove the old keyboard. Push the tab back down so that it holds the end of the new keyboard's connector in place. Reassemble the computer by putting the components back in the exact spot you removed them from.
http://www.laptop-repair.info/laptop_keyboard_repair.html

Jan 20, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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How do I change a keyboard on a satellite A85-S107 laptop?


1. Take out the battery and AC adapter, unplugged from the wall, enusre the laptop is fully powered off.
2. Remove those screws with a T-8 or Phillips screwdriver.
3. Turn the laptop back over and open it up. Check and see if the Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 keyboard is tucked under any plastic pieces. If so, find them if those plastic pieces are screwed into anything, and unfasten them as well. If not, it probably uses clamps that can easily be removed.
4. Remove the plastic pieces carefully.
5. Unscrew any screws at the top (if necessary) and remove the keyboard itself from top to bottom. You'll notice that the keyboard is connected with a thin, but wide, data cable to the system board at the bottom.
6. Disconnect the data cable attachment of the keyboard which will sever all the remaining attachments of the laptop keyboard with the laptop computer motherboard. To remove this cable, you have to just carefully pull it out from the socket to which it is attached. Then you can lift out the entire keyboard out of the laptop.
7. Take the new Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 keyboard out of the plastic and place it inside with the right orientation, attach the data cable.
8. Refasten the keyboard in place at the top.
9. If you had to remove any plastic pieces, carefully snap them back in and replace any screws you had to remove.
10. Turn the laptop over and replace all of the keyboard screws.
11. Put the laptop battery back in place and switch it on to check Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 keyboard functionality. If everything has gone according to plan, you should be ready to type away!

Mar 12, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite A85-S107 Notebook

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Got any step by step instructions on removing and replacing screen for compaq cq60-615dx?


yeah im doing one tonight for a client

very easy mate

you need to prise off the front bezel around the screen, use a very thin flat head screwdriver or butter knive.

take your time try not to damage the plastic bezel, there will be lots of clips holding it in

once that is off

you simply unscrew the screws holding the screen in place

place some kitchen roll on the keyboard and lay the screen on the keyboard

you will see a ribbon cable and a power cable, disconnect them from the screen

buy a replacement screen, search google for the model of your laptop

most screens cost around 65 quid

in total it cost £88.70 for the screen + VAT and delivery

screen came next day

Simple reverse what you did

connect the 2 cables re screw the screen in and then put the bezel back on

bobs ya uncle, simple!

Apr 05, 2011 | HP Compaq Presario CQ60615DX Notebook

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What screws do I remove to replace the keyboard on the Toshiba Satellite L505D-S5983?


Hello there
Please follow these easy instructions with picts ok
Lift up the keyboard bezel using a small flat-head screwdriver.
Continue removing the bezel with your fingers.tbirdfan1_45.jpg

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Lift up and remove the keyboard bezel. tbirdfan1_46.jpg
3. Remove two screws securing the keyboard. tbirdfan1_47.jpg
4'Lift up the keyboard and place it on the laptop cover so you can access the keyboard cable connector.
Unlock the connector and pull the cable.
Remove the keyboard.tbirdfan1_48.jpg

Mar 01, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite L505DS5983 Notebook

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Hp g60-630us how to remove keyboard


I recommend that you unscrew all screws on the bottom of the laptop. Next, you will have to remove the plastic cover lying between the keyboard & the LCD screen panel's hinges. This has to be done gently so that it does not break. When this cover is removed, you will have access to the screws holding the keyboard to the laptop's chassis. Unscrew these screws & then gently lift the keyboard up. There should be a ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the laptop's motherboard. Unlock the connector holding the ribbon cable in place & now you can remove the keyboard.

Remember that, while doing this, if you have to force something out, then you are doing it the wrong way. There might be a screw somewhere that you missed & this screw might still be holding the parts together.

If you need any further assistance, feel free to drop me a note.

Nov 27, 2010 | HP G60630US Notebook

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Wifi will not connect. Worked fine. Now the wifi light does not come on and it does not connect to the internet. No changes to the computer


The wireless switch is a type of switch which is located on the sides of the laptop. It is a type of sliding switch which looks like this.
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Look for this and place it in on-position.

Dell has a software called Dell Utility in the Programs. Look for the same and look for Radio on /Off check box. Sometimes the radio tends to turn off automatically because of which you may not be able to connect to internet.

Sep 26, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 700M Notebook

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How to put a new screen on a acer laptop


You need to remove the front top cover above the keyboard to get to the screws that hold the screen on the laptop, then you may have to remove the keyboard to get to the display cables and possibly disconnect the wireless antenna wires from the bottom of the laptop.

Then unscrew all the screws that hold the screen in place. around 4-6 screws. The screen should be free to move and you can pull it up from the case.

if you have a new panel you will need to open up the old screen cover, unscrew the screws, and use a flat screwdriver or a case opener tool to snap open the cover as its hold closed with plastic clips.

if you have a completely new display you can just slide it in the old ones place, connect the cables and screw the screws back.

if the connector is different do not force the connector, buy the exact same model screen as your old one is, if you bought the wrong display and the connectors don't fit, forceing them in the connectors may ruin the connectors.

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Samsung q210 keyboard not working


There is a small ribbon cable that will pop out real easy when you open it up. There are actually 2, one for the keyboard and one for the touchpad. This can be a little difficult to put back in the slot and close the laptop back up without it popping out again as the cable is not very long. If you have a lot of patience, you should be able to get it. Just take your time and remember to close the lock on the connector where the ribbon cable slides in.

Aug 26, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Changing keyboard on laptop


yes you can replace the keyboard. A few screws on the laptop, and you'll be good to go.
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=de&cc=de&taskId=115&prodSeriesId=3368540&prodTypeId=321957&objectID=c01074416

1/2 way down is instructions for removing.

Dec 23, 2008 | HP Compaq 6715b Notebook PC

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