Question about Compaq Presario M2000 Notebook
I've done few myself its not that hard really you jsut have to have the confidence to pull bits and expect the odd loud sound to be made when u take the lid apart.
The screen will have a ribbon connector which jsut plugs directly into the motherboard and a (usually black) power connector as long as you notice where the old one plugged into you will be fine.
A few pointers when dissassembling the machine , make sure you take out all the screws even those hidden ones that mybe in the battery compartment or hiding under stickers, make sure you work on a flat surface away from carpet and static electricty , before you touch the insides of the computer discharge any static build up you have by touching metal and when replacing the screen be sure to tuck in the wires so they fit snug in the case so they dont get snagged when you shut the lid.
There are no real secrets really just use common sense and take it slow
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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