Introduction

How to take apart your 2013 Chromebook Pixel to remove the Write Protect Screw. This will allow you to install other operating systems natively.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Flip your Chromebook Pixel over onto its back
    • Flip your Chromebook Pixel over onto its back

    • Using a flat edge screwdriver, gently pull up to remove the rubber pads from the laptop to reveal the screws

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  2. Using a small Philips screwdriver, remove the four screws under the pads
    • Using a small Philips screwdriver, remove the four screws under the pads

    • Using a flat head screwdriver, gently pry the laptop open

      • You may find it helpful to start with a smaller (skinnier) head and work your way up to a larger size

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    • Gently pull up from the front of the laptop and open it up like a clamshell

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    • Locate the write protect screw

    • Remove it and you can begin flashing your BIOS!

    Do I have to flash the bios when replacing the battery?

    Clive Gorman - Reply

    There is no need to flash the BIOS if all you want to do is replace the battery.

    Kevin Fessler -

    I want to install windows on to the chrome book pixel 2013 but i have concerns regarding the touch screen. Can you help? Is there any video that you have uploaded for the installation?

    Hari Krishna Bharadw Pudipeddi - Reply

Conclusion

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

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