Einleitung

This guide shows how to take apart the HP Pavilion X2 laptop to expose mainboard to replace it with a new one.

  1. Using the blue plastic opening tool or a flat bladed tool, carefully slide the blade in between the display panel and gently slide to prop open the assembly. Using the blue plastic opening tool or a flat bladed tool, carefully slide the blade in between the display panel and gently slide to prop open the assembly. Using the blue plastic opening tool or a flat bladed tool, carefully slide the blade in between the display panel and gently slide to prop open the assembly.
    • Using the blue plastic opening tool or a flat bladed tool, carefully slide the blade in between the display panel and gently slide to prop open the assembly.

  2. Gently lift and remove the display panel from the assembly. Gently lift and remove the display panel from the assembly.
    • Gently lift and remove the display panel from the assembly.

  3. Remove the tape that covers the battery connector on the system board and carefully disconnect the battery cable from its connector on the system board. Remove the tape that covers the battery connector on the system board and carefully disconnect the battery cable from its connector on the system board. Remove the tape that covers the battery connector on the system board and carefully disconnect the battery cable from its connector on the system board.
    • Remove the tape that covers the battery connector on the system board and carefully disconnect the battery cable from its connector on the system board.

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  5. Carefully disconnect the white ribbon cable from the system board. Carefully disconnect the white ribbon cable from the system board. Carefully disconnect the white ribbon cable from the system board.
    • Carefully disconnect the white ribbon cable from the system board.

  6. Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, carefully remove the 4 corner screws  that hold the battery to the display panel. 3 screws are 3.12 mm head, 2.40 mm length, and 1 screw is 5.85mm head, 2.5mm length. Remove the battery from the device.
    • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, carefully remove the 4 corner screws that hold the battery to the display panel.

    • 3 screws are 3.12 mm head, 2.40 mm length, and 1 screw is 5.85mm head, 2.5mm length.

    • Remove the battery from the device.

  7. To unscrew the SSD card use the Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove two types of screws. Three 4.15mm head, 2.35mm in length screws and three 3.32mm head, 3.99mm in length screws To unscrew the SSD card use the Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove two types of screws. Three 4.15mm head, 2.35mm in length screws and three 3.32mm head, 3.99mm in length screws To unscrew the SSD card use the Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove two types of screws. Three 4.15mm head, 2.35mm in length screws and three 3.32mm head, 3.99mm in length screws
    • To unscrew the SSD card use the Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove two types of screws. Three 4.15mm head, 2.35mm in length screws and three 3.32mm head, 3.99mm in length screws

  8. Remove mainboard. Remove mainboard. Remove mainboard.
    • Remove mainboard.

Abschluss

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

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Is this about the WiFi card? Because I cant see the SSD in any of your pictures.

Julian Lemmerich - Antwort

So, where is the SSD? You’ve taken apart the whole logic board, but not evidence of any SSD module from your photos….

Matteo Repossi - Antwort

It is not SSD drive, it is a motherboard

Da K - Antwort

has anyone figured out where is the SSD (eMMC) by the way ?

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