Introduction

When connecting to the internet, the computer should see the available wifi signals. If it cannot find any signals, the wireless card could be the problem.

  1. Push the left switch (labeled 1) to the left to show red underneath. This will unlock battery. Push the right switch (labeled 2) to the right. This will eject battery. Push the right switch (labeled 2) to the right. This will eject battery.
    • Push the left switch (labeled 1) to the left to show red underneath. This will unlock battery.

    • Push the right switch (labeled 2) to the right. This will eject battery.

  2. Rotate the battery away from the laptop.
    • Rotate the battery away from the laptop.

  3. Remove the three 6mm Phillips #0 screws holding the back access panel on. Remove the three 6mm Phillips #0 screws holding the back access panel on.
    • Remove the three 6mm Phillips #0 screws holding the back access panel on.

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  5. Slide the cover toward you to unlatch it. The edge of the panel will slide away from  the  laptop so it can be lifted.
    • Slide the cover toward you to unlatch it.

    • The edge of the panel will slide away from the laptop so it can be lifted.

  6. Disconnect the two plugs on the wireless card by pulling them up with a small tool. Use a plastic spudger to minimize the risk of damage. Use a plastic spudger to minimize the risk of damage.
    • Disconnect the two plugs on the wireless card by pulling them up with a small tool.

    • Use a plastic spudger to minimize the risk of damage.

  7. Remove the one 3mm Phillips #0 screw. Remove the one 3mm Phillips #0 screw.
    • Remove the one 3mm Phillips #0 screw.

  8. Lift up wireless card out of plug.
    • Lift up wireless card out of plug.

Conclusion

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

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