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How do u take the laptop apart to get to the video cable i removed all the screws and it wants to come apart i but it stuck like its glued in the middle can u help me out

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  • cdfigueroa83 Aug 21, 2010

    so i have to remove the ribbon cables is there anything else that could be holding it dow i removed the screws that where under the keyboard wat els could it be ?

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Can you gently lift the keyboard out (it probably has a ribbon-cable that needs to be gently separated from the motherboard), to expose some more screws????

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

  • ikkenom Aug 22, 2010

    Have you removed the battery? Did it expose more screws?



    I've seen laptops with tiny rubber cylinders (like a pencil eraser) that need to be removed to expose more screws, in recessed holes.

  • cdfigueroa83 Aug 22, 2010

    yes i removed the battery and i took those screws off also but its like something in the middle holding it and i dont wanna pull it apart. ill look for these rubber cylinders

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