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+Hi! @roshiroshi
If it's your first time, don't panic, it's easy, you just have to be careful. I have listed some general steps you must follow to be successful.
1) Find and download the service manual from the WEB. Using the model number of your computer and follow the instructions and recommendations in the order that is in the manual without shortcuts or skipping steps. The manual of your computer is (Verify that it correct) http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05975208.pdf
2) Avoid static when working with computers. You can buy a bra for this or just touch some metal from time to time to discharge the static. '''''Always, Always''''' disconnect the equipment from the electricity and remove the battery.
3) A good practice is to draw squares on a paper with numbers or letters to place in order the screws and pieces that you remove. Then at the end reverse the process for assembling the computer back. You can take picture with you cellphone too to remember how the pieces were placed '''''(don't trust in your memory).''''' Believe me by doing this you will avoid a lot of headaches.
4) Read and rehearse what you are going to do, take your time, do not despair, do not force any part, look for a way to make it easy. Make sure you have all the tools recommended in the manual on hand before starting. Don't panic usually only a pair of small screwdrivers is enough.
5) Good Luck!!!

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-Hi! ++jayeff++
+Hi! @
If it's your first time, don't panic, it's easy, you just have to be careful. I have listed some general steps you must follow to be successful.
1) Find and download the service manual from the WEB. Using the model number of your computer and follow the instructions and recommendations in the order that is in the manual without shortcuts or skipping steps. The manual of your computer is (Verify that it correct) http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05975208.pdf
2) Avoid static when working with computers. You can buy a bra for this or just touch some metal from time to time to discharge the static. '''''Always, Always''''' disconnect the equipment from the electricity and remove the battery.
3) A good practice is to draw squares on a paper with numbers or letters to place in order the screws and pieces that you remove. Then at the end reverse the process for assembling the computer back. You can take picture with you cellphone too to remember how the pieces were placed '''''(don't trust in your memory).''''' Believe me by doing this you will avoid a lot of headaches.
4) Read and rehearse what you are going to do, take your time, do not despair, do not force any part, look for a way to make it easy. Make sure you have all the tools recommended in the manual on hand before starting. Don't panic usually only a pair of small screwdrivers is enough.
5) Good Luck!!!

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: dxgraph ,

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Hi! ++jayeff++

If it's your first time, don't panic, it's easy, you just have to be careful. I have listed some general steps you must follow to be successful.

1) Find and download the service manual from the WEB. Using the model number of your computer and follow the instructions and recommendations in the order that is in the manual without shortcuts or skipping steps.  The manual of your computer is (Verify that it correct)   http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05975208.pdf

2) Avoid static when working with computers. You can buy a bra for this or just touch some metal from time to time to discharge the static. '''''Always, Always''''' disconnect the equipment from the electricity and remove the battery.

3) A good practice is to draw squares on a paper with numbers or letters to place in order the screws and pieces that you remove. Then at the end reverse the process for assembling the computer back. You can take picture with you cellphone too to remember how the pieces were placed '''''(don't trust in your memory).'''''  Believe me by doing this you will avoid a lot of headaches.

4) Read and rehearse what you are going to do, take your time, do not despair, do not force any part, look for a way to make it easy. Make sure you have all the tools recommended in the manual on hand before starting. Don't panic usually only a pair of small screwdrivers is enough.

5) Good Luck!!!

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