Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer. DO NOT touch connectors or copper yellow connector. Locating the Battery
  • Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer. DO NOT touch connectors or copper yellow connector.

  • Locating the Battery

  • Flip Computer Toward Yourself

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Releasing Battery
  • Releasing Battery

  • Locate two switches with the word “lock” and “release” on them.

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Removing Battery
  • Removing Battery

  • Push towards each other while simultaneously lifting up the battery in between the two switches.

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Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer.
  • Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer.

  • DO NOT touch connectors or copper yellow connector.

  • The key board is attached by a screw on the back.

  • The front cover also holds the keyboard assembly.

  • Remove the memory door to access the screw for the keyboard.

  • The screws for the memory door do not come out. they are held from falling out.

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Locate the screw that holds the keyboard assembly in place.
  • Locate the screw that holds the keyboard assembly in place.

  • Remove this screw.

  • Size: L 6.7mm X D 1.9mm

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Be careful of the keyboard wire connection.
  • Be careful of the keyboard wire connection.

  • Making sure that you when you slide the wires out. You slide from the side opposite the solder connections.

  • Flip computer over and open.

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Gently pry the keyboard assembly from the front. (closest to the screen) With the blue spudger. When the front of the keyboard is about two inches up. Carefully, using the blue spudger, pull out and slightly up on the connector clip. Then remove the wire connector. Gently lift the key board assembly up and out.
  • Gently pry the keyboard assembly from the front. (closest to the screen) With the blue spudger.

  • When the front of the keyboard is about two inches up. Carefully, using the blue spudger, pull out and slightly up on the connector clip. Then remove the wire connector.

  • Gently lift the key board assembly up and out.

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Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer.
  • Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer.

  • DO NOT touch connectors or copper yellow connector.

  • Locate the fan and heat-sink.

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locate the wires and connectors.
  • locate the wires and connectors.

  • Gently remove the wires.

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Locate the screws, and remove them.
  • Locate the screws, and remove them.

  • Screws: L 6.7mm X D 1.9mm

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Gently lift the fan assembly up and out.
  • Gently lift the fan assembly up and out.

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Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer.
  • Remove charging adaptor. Some charge may still be in the battery or computer.

  • DO NOT touch connectors or copper yellow connector.

  • With the covers off.

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Locate and remove the screws holding the motherboard down.
  • Locate and remove the screws holding the motherboard down.

  • Screws: L 4.6mm X D 1.85mm

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Locate the wires and connectors. Unplug all connectors that will be in the way of removing the motherboard. Unplug all connectors that will be in the way of removing the motherboard.
  • Locate the wires and connectors.

  • Unplug all connectors that will be in the way of removing the motherboard.

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Being careful of the loose connectors and wires. Gently lift the motherboard out.
  • Being careful of the loose connectors and wires.

  • Gently lift the motherboard out.

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Conclusion

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

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i have the same laptop, and i mistakenly remove the mother board cmos battery , and is not recognizing my laptop system hard drive.

in this case what can i do in other to restore it back.

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