Introduction

If your VivoBook continues to fail to connect to the internet after troubleshooting the internet settings, you may need to replace the WiFi Chip.

  1. With the screen closed, place your laptop upside-down with the front facing you.
    • With the screen closed, place your laptop upside-down with the front facing you.

    • Remove the five black 80mm Phillips #0 screws.

    • Remove the four black 50mm Phillips #0 screws.

  2. Use a  metal spudger to pry the bottom panel open.
    • Use a metal spudger to pry the bottom panel open.

    • Be gentle around the edges.

    • Lift the back panel to expose the inside of the laptop.

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  4. Use a Phillips J0 screwdriver to remove the one black 3mm screw.
    • Use a Phillips J0 screwdriver to remove the one black 3mm screw.

  5. Use an up and away motion to pull the module out of its slot.
    • Use an up and away motion to pull the module out of its slot.

  6. Use precision tweezers to pry the black wire with a gold plug off the main gold plug on the module.
    • Use precision tweezers to pry the black wire with a gold plug off the main gold plug on the module.

Conclusion

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

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