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[* black] With all of the before mentioned components removed, you can now start removing your motherboard. We recommend taking a picture of the back of the motherboard to keep track of which screws go where.
[* red] Use the Phillip'sPhillips head screw driver to remove the highlighted eleven 4 mm screws from the motherboard.
[* orange] RemoveUse the Phillips head screw driver to remove two 8 mm screws and keep them separate.
[* yellow] The two 4 mm screws can be removed nownow using the Phillips head screw driver, or later. Make sure to keep separate from other similar screws.
[* red] Use the Phillip'sPhillips head screw driver to remove the highlighted eleven 4 mm screws from the motherboard.
[* orange] RemoveUse the Phillips head screw driver to remove two 8 mm screws and keep them separate.
[* yellow] The two 4 mm screws can be removed nownow using the Phillips head screw driver, or later. Make sure to keep separate from other similar screws.