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.

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

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

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    • 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.

    How do you replace those magnets that help snap the laptop's into place?

    Alfa Orellana - Antwort

    • 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

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    • Remove mainboard.

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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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