Introduction

How to disassemble the laptop, clean or replace the Cooling system or the Fan and change CPU Thermal Compound / Grease. This will help you if your system overheads or switch off randomly.

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Video Overview

Image 1/3: Remove two screws securing the Keyboard. Image 2/3: The Keyboard is held by two locking clips, under the battery. Use the sharp tip of a plastic tool to release the keyboard. Image 3/3: The Keyboard is held by two locking clips, under the battery. Use the sharp tip of a plastic tool to release the keyboard.
  • Turn off the laptop and remove the battery.

  • Remove two screws securing the Keyboard.

  • The Keyboard is held by two locking clips, under the battery. Use the sharp tip of a plastic tool to release the keyboard.

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Image 1/3: Slide the drive to the left and remove it. Image 2/3: Slide the drive to the left and remove it. Image 3/3: Slide the drive to the left and remove it.
  • Remove the screw securing the Optical drive and gently press the drive to show slightly as at the second pic.

  • Slide the drive to the left and remove it.

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Image 1/3: Power On button flex cable Image 2/3: Touch pad flex cable Image 3/3: Remove 18x Phillips screws from the bottom cover.
  • Remove 4x phillips screws and disconnect:

  • Power On button flex cable

  • Touch pad flex cable

  • Remove 18x Phillips screws from the bottom cover.

  • Remove any memory SD Card from the Card reader.

  • Start opening with a plastic opening tool.

After removing the 18x Phillips screws, the laptop is VERY fragile in the hinge area. The bottom cover will easily crack or break in the hinge area when opening the laptop with no screws, particularly the left side near the power button. Possibly this step should be revised to recommend opening the laptop 90 degrees before removing the 18x screws. Or, advise extreme caution when opening the laptop with no screws.

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  • Carefully separate the upper cover and remove it.

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Image 1/2: Remove the Wi-Fi card. Image 2/2: Remove the Wi-Fi card.
  • Remove one Phillips screw, securing th WLan card and disconnect the two coaxial antenna cables.

  • Remove the Wi-Fi card.

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Image 1/3: Disconnect the Loudspeaker cable connector. Image 2/3: Disconnect the Loudspeaker cable connector. Image 3/3: Disconnect the Loudspeaker cable connector.
  • Remove the Memory Cover.

  • Disconnect the Loudspeaker cable connector.

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Image 1/3: Disconnect the LCD Display flex cable. Image 2/3: Disconnect the DC Jack cable. Image 3/3: Carefully remove the Optical drive SATA adapter.
  • Remove two Phillips screw from the Mother board and from the Optical drive SATA adapter.

  • Disconnect the LCD Display flex cable.

  • Disconnect the DC Jack cable.

  • Carefully remove the Optical drive SATA adapter.

  • We will disconnect the battery cable when we pick up the board.

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  • Carefully pick up the Mother board and disconnect the Battery cable.

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Image 1/2: Unscrew the screws that hold the Cooling system to the Mother board. Image 2/2: Carefully lift the Cooling system right up.
  • Disconnect the Fan cable.

  • Unscrew the screws that hold the Cooling system to the Mother board.

  • Carefully lift the Cooling system right up.

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Image 1/2: If the thermal compound is solidified, you can use a flat end of any plastic tool to scrape it off. Image 2/2: Use again cloth with isopropyl alcohol to clean the Thermal surface.
  • Use a lint-free cloth to clean the old thermal compound.

  • If the thermal compound is solidified, you can use a flat end of any plastic tool to scrape it off.

  • Use again cloth with isopropyl alcohol to clean the Thermal surface.

  • Remove three Philips screws held the Fan shield.

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Image 1/3: Unlock the clip and open the Fan case. Image 2/3: Use a soft brush and clean the Fan and the Cooler Image 3/3: Close the Fan system.
  • Unstick the black tape that hold the Fan to the cooler.

  • Unlock the clip and open the Fan case.

  • Use a soft brush and clean the Fan and the Cooler

  • Close the Fan system.

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Image 1/3: Be carefully,if you don't want to break the CPU. Image 2/3: Dispense a small amount of thermal compound and gently smear it over the entire processor surface. Image 3/3: .
  • Use the same technic to clean the surface of the processor from the old thermal compound

  • Be carefully,if you don't want to break the CPU.

  • Dispense a small amount of thermal compound and gently smear it over the entire processor surface.

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  • Did you do it successful?

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hello!

Is ist possible to installa SSD storage to the V5-571G without removing the SATA?

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