Question about HP Pavilion zd7015us PC Notebook
Thanks, I had already done this but it never became "loose" enough that it felt OK to pry it apart. Must be some hidden "catch' that needs to be released in some manner. Or, maybe, I missed a screw or two but I don't think so.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
First remove your battery, RAM, and harddrive. There are screws on the bottom of your case. Remove all of these screws, and all the screws that are in and around the RAM and hard drive area. The bottom of the case should get loose, but be careful because there may be ribbons attached to the bottom (most likely not though).
Let us know if this works!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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