Installing Asus V6800V Case and Motherboard
An awesome member of our community made this guide. It is not managed by iFixit staff.
Embrace your inner English teacher and help improve this guide's grammar!
Be an action hero! This guide needs images that better demonstrate how to perform specific actions.
Better coordination with markups and the color/type of bullets will help make this guide more clear!
This guide needs better markups. Help out by correcting or making some markup annotations.
Replace or repair the anything attached to the Motherboard or Screen.
- Author: Brian Tubb
- Time required: 1 hour
- Difficulty: Very difficult
Embed this guide
With the HTML code below, you can embed this guide as a small widget on your website.
Locate the little tabs above the keys INSERT, F10, between F5 and F6, and above F1. Each tab should look as shown.
Starting with the tab above the F1 key, press the tabs inward one at a time using your fingernail or small screwdriver.
Once all four tabs have been released the top half of the keyboard should be free.
Remove the internal cables by starting with those in the front and working towards the back.
Use your fingers to gently remove the cables from their sockets.
The cables connecting the display to the main chassis are difficult to pull out using your fingers. A tool of some sort (tweezers in this case) may need to be used.
There is one cable that connects the display to the chassis. Don't pull on it. It has no impact on the display. It is highlighted in step 9.
Page 1 of 2