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This guide will teach you how to replace the Central Processing Unit in your device. This is important for the usability of the device.

  1. Lift the rubber cover found on the bottom of the laptop. Remove the 5.2 mm screw with a Phillips 1 Screwdriver
    • Lift the rubber cover found on the bottom of the laptop.

    • Remove the 5.2 mm screw with a Phillips 1 Screwdriver

  2. Use the standard spudger to remove the back center panel. Use the standard spudger to remove the back center panel. Use the standard spudger to remove the back center panel.
    • Use the standard spudger to remove the back center panel.

  3. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the 5 mm screw that is located underneath the back panel. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the 5 mm screw that is located underneath the back panel. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the 5 mm screw that is located underneath the back panel.
    • Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the 5 mm screw that is located underneath the back panel.

  4. Pull out the optical drive found on the side of the laptop. Pull out the optical drive found on the side of the laptop.
    • Pull out the optical drive found on the side of the laptop.

  5. Remove the screws holding the hard drives in place using a phillips #1 screwdriver. Using the small flaps, remove the hard drives by hand. Using the small flaps, remove the hard drives by hand.
    • Remove the screws holding the hard drives in place using a phillips #1 screwdriver.

    • Using the small flaps, remove the hard drives by hand.

  6. Use a pair of tweezers to remove the top four rubber stoppers found on the bottom of the laptop. Use a pair of tweezers to remove the top four rubber stoppers found on the bottom of the laptop.
    • Use a pair of tweezers to remove the top four rubber stoppers found on the bottom of the laptop.

  7. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the top four 8.5 mm screws. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the top four 8.5 mm screws.
    • Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the top four 8.5 mm screws.

  8. Use a metal spudger to carefully pry the top back panel off. While removing the top back panel, be careful not to break the four pin connector located underneath. Disconnect the four-pin connector and remove the top back panel from the computer.
    • Use a metal spudger to carefully pry the top back panel off.

    • While removing the top back panel, be careful not to break the four pin connector located underneath.

    • Disconnect the four-pin connector and remove the top back panel from the computer.

  9. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the four 6.8 mm screws underneath the back panel.
    • Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the four 6.8 mm screws underneath the back panel.

  10. Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the ten 5.2 mm screws holding the main panel in place.
    • Use a Phillips 1 Screwdriver to remove the ten 5.2 mm screws holding the main panel in place.

  11. Use a metal opening tool to pry the keyboard from the base of the laptop. Lift the keyboard carefully so as to not tear or break the four ribbon connectors underneath the keyboard. Lift the keyboard carefully so as to not tear or break the four ribbon connectors underneath the keyboard.
    • Use a metal opening tool to pry the keyboard from the base of the laptop.

    • Lift the keyboard carefully so as to not tear or break the four ribbon connectors underneath the keyboard.

  12. Use a pair of tweezers to undo each of the four ribbon connectors. The keyboard is now completely disconnected from the laptop and you can remove it.
    • Use a pair of tweezers to undo each of the four ribbon connectors.

    • The keyboard is now completely disconnected from the laptop and you can remove it.

  13. Remove the ribbon that connect the fans. Remove the ribbon that connect the fans. Remove the ribbon that connect the fans.
    • Remove the ribbon that connect the fans.

  14. Remove the ribbon cables connected to the motherboard. Remove the ribbon cables connected to the motherboard.
    • Remove the ribbon cables connected to the motherboard.

  15. Remove the screws holding in the motherboard using a Phillips 0 screwdriver. Remove the motherboard by hand.  Be careful as the radiators for the fans are connected underneath the screen. Remove the motherboard by hand.  Be careful as the radiators for the fans are connected underneath the screen.
    • Remove the screws holding in the motherboard using a Phillips 0 screwdriver.

    • Remove the motherboard by hand. Be careful as the radiators for the fans are connected underneath the screen.

  16. Remove the screws holding in the motherboard using a Phillips 0 screwdriver. Remove the heat sink by hand. Be careful not to get thermal paste on your hand Remove the heat sink by hand. Be careful not to get thermal paste on your hand
    • Remove the screws holding in the motherboard using a Phillips 0 screwdriver.

    • Remove the heat sink by hand. Be careful not to get thermal paste on your hand

  17. The CPU can then be removed with a regular spudger. The CPU is now completely disconnected from the laptop and you can remove it.
    • The CPU can then be removed with a regular spudger.

    • The CPU is now completely disconnected from the laptop and you can remove it.

Abschluss

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

Justin Keathley

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Hi Justin, if I were to remove the motherboard and insert a new one using your procedure would I have to change anything in the bios or will just a physical switch do the thing.

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