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Removing the cpu

How can i take out the processor

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Why would you want to? If you have to then go to the link below. It will give you breakdown diagrams. If you can't find it there, just start taking it apart, the cpu will be under the heat sink next t the fan, just remember where everything goes.
http://repair4laptop.org/notebook.html

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