Introduction

The wireless card enables the laptop to connect to wireless signals.

Unscrew the one Phillips #0 screw at the bottom of the panel and remove the panel. The screw does not separate from the cover. Be sure the screw is completely unscrewed before using force to remove the cover.
  • Unscrew the one Phillips #0 screw at the bottom of the panel and remove the panel.

  • The screw does not separate from the cover. Be sure the screw is completely unscrewed before using force to remove the cover.

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Unscrew the two 3mm Phillips #0 screws located on the card. Be careful, as these screws are easy to strip.
  • Unscrew the two 3mm Phillips #0 screws located on the card.

  • Be careful, as these screws are easy to strip.

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Pull the white plastic tab on top of the card straight up to remove the card. This step requires some light force. Be sure the screws from the previous step have been removed.
  • Pull the white plastic tab on top of the card straight up to remove the card.

  • This step requires some light force. Be sure the screws from the previous step have been removed.

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Use blunt nose tweezers to remove the power cable from the wireless card.
  • Use blunt nose tweezers to remove the power cable from the wireless card.

  • Make sure the tweezers are only gripping the head of the power cable and not any part of the wireless card, as this may damage the card.

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Conclusion

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

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I believe that is a phone modem, not a wireless card. Might be wrong though.

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