Question about HP OmniBook XE2 Notebook
You need to remove the keyboard... BE CAREFUL though. Look at the corners of the keyboad area, and you SHOULD see a small area to place a flat blade into so you can pop it up. DON'T just remove it... it has a small ribbon cable that connects to it and if you break this connector you will not be happy with yourself. You need to remove the bezels on the top of the PC as well. As with all Laptops, be VERY CAREFUL and check closely for the plastic tabs that lock everything in place. If you break one, it will lessen the stability or even make it impossible to put it back together.
PLEASE follow this link to the manual for the laptop to hlep you know how and what you need to check for:
Thank you for allowing me to assist you! /D
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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