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Need details on disassembly of averatec 7100 to enable repair of dc connection.

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Take the screen off and take it apart from the top. The 2 screws to right will let you slide it to the right and lift it out. The larger panel with the fan in the upper left corner will allow you to access the RAM. There are 2 RAM slots just below the fan. They have metal clips to hold the RAM strips in place and are staggered like steps.

http://www.user-guides.co.uk/Averatec/AveratecCDDownloads.asp


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Posted on May 28, 2010

  • howardrl May 28, 2010

    Eguru;
    Thank you but that does not answer my question. I am not interested in the ram, I want to disassemble to the mother board so I can either replace or resolder the dc connector. Thank you.
    Bob

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