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Hi experts I need to access the motherboard on my laptop so I can re-set CMOS to change BIOS I can't get to the BIOS settings anymore? I can't get past the boot process via the delete button during start-up. I've done Insert key while boot-up method to no avail. I know the RAM is okay, but I'm having problems getting inside to the of notebook, is there a trick to this? I know about all the grounding myself techniques, I've done desktops before, but notebooks are obviously different, I have the screws out of the bottom but can't seem access inside, I don't want to force it. HELP! thanks ahead of time for your expertise on my dilemma, Michael firstname.lastname@example.org
You should have a strip above the keyboard that needs to come off gently pry it up and off then you will see yhe screws that hold on the keyboard and the cdrom if you remove them and lift off the keyboard the rest of the motherboard will be exposed for removal
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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