How to Installing Acer Aspire 5536 Series Laptop Display

How to Installing Acer Aspire 5536 Series Laptop Display. It is hard work as replace the acer aspire 5536 keyboard and  replace the acer aspire 5536 cpu cooling fan.

Remove the 4 rubber supports from the screen. Then remove the screws underneath.

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With a spudger, release the clips that hold the plastic frame to the back cover.

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Be careful while handling the bottom part, specially with the hinges, as there are cables inside.

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When all the clips are out, the entire plastic frame should come out easily.

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Carefully disconnect the camera cable.

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Remove the 4 screws located in the sides of the LCD screen.

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Remove the other 4 screws that secure the metal LCD frame to the hinges.

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Take the LCD screen out of the metal frame and flip it towards the keyboard.

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Remove the tape that holds the display cable.

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Be careful not to take the entire tape away, as this may cause severe damage to the cable.

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How to Installing Asus X53 HDD

Locate the HDD compartment bottom of the laptop

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Remove the screw.

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Open cover HDD.

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Pull the label. Remove HDD.

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Reverse the procedure to install your new Asus X53 HDD.

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Asus N61J Repair & Review

New Asus N Series notebooks feature ATI Stream GPU general processing for faster performance. Working together with graphics optimization suite Video Magic, these technologies accelerate multitasking and enable better quality multimedia

Features

Intel Core i7-720QM Processor1.6GHz w/ turbo boost up to 2.8GHz

4GB of DDR3 1066MHz SDRAM, 2 slots, 8GB Max

320GB Hard Drive (7200 RPM); Super Multi Optical Disk Drive; Wi-Fi 802.11 bgn

16-Inch HD LED LCD Display; 2.0MP Webcam; Bluetooth; HDMI Port; ATI 5730 Graphics Engine with 1 GB DDR3 Dedicated VRAM

Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) Operating System

Specifications

Screen Size 16 inches

Screen Resolution 1366 x 768

Max Screen Resolution 1336 x 768 pixels

Processor 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7

RAM 4 GB DDR3

Hard Drive 320 GB

Graphics Coprocessor Mobility Radeon HD

Chipset Brand ATI

Card Description Mobility Radeon HD 5730

Graphics Card Ram Size 1024 MB

Number of USB 2.0 Ports 3

 

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How to Installing Asus K53E Motherboard

Start by removing asus k53e battery and 2 Ph0 screws indicated here, then slide the cover to access hard drive, RAM modules and Wi-Fi card.

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Remove RAM module(s) by displacing both metal tabs outwards.

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To extract the hard driver, remove 4 Ph00 screws indicated and pull plastic tab to the left.

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Remove one Ph00 screw to pull the Wi-Fi card, then carefully disconnect both antenna cables, mind the black and white settings.

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Remove every screw you are able to see from the back cover, and keep them safe.

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You can safely remove all the screws from both sides of the battery, they won’t let the display loose.

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Take a small flat screwdriver and displace the 4 tabs holding the  asus k53e keyboard one by one. Start on the right end and push the tabs in towards the screen as you lift the keyboard up.

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Lift the asus k53e keyboard being careful with the flex cable.

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Release the keyboard ribbon from the motherboard by carefully sliding the black plastic part of the connector to the right.

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Remove every screw from this metal surface behind the keyboard. You’ll find the mousepad connector hidden by an isolating tape. Lift up the black part of the connector to remove the ribbon.

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You’ll also find the power button flex cable hidden by a tape. Lifting the black part of the connector will also allow you to remove this cable.

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At this point, you’ll be able to remove the DVD tray by sticking a clip to the opening hole. As shown in the photo, there are 3 ph00 screws you’ll need to remove.

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If you’ve done everything right, the top cover will now be completely free.

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Remove the microphone and earphone flex ribbon by lifting the black piece of the connector upwards.

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To remove the display flex cable, there’s a tape you’ll have to clear away first, then carefully displace the connector.

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Disconnect the speaker connector in the same way.

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To remove the motherboard, take away those 5 screws indicated in the photos.

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At this point, the motherboard should be free to release.  And that’s it for me. The display assembly is not shown here, sorry.

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Backup a Toshiba Satellite

Backup a Toshiba Satellite

The First step to properly backup your computer is to get a Backup. This source of Backup can be just about any USB or portable hard drive. When choosing a Backup, you may want enough storage space to ensure multiple Backups. toshiba satellite c855 keyboard You can buy these Backups at any local electronic store. These following instructions are for windows 7.
Once you have a source of backup, you insert the backup and wait.
When you insert the Backup, a message saying “Run backup to this drive” should appear. If it does, click Run backup.
If it doesn’t appear, type in “Backup” in the search bar of the “Start menu”.
“Backup and Restore” should appear. Click “Set up Backup” button
Pick the external drive you plugged in and click “Backup now”. Windows’ default settings are probably fine.
“Run Backup”
Do not turn off your computer during windows’ “Backup”
After the Backup is finished your toshiba satellite c870 keyboard files will be regularly be backed up as you work.
To reassure, you can regularly back up your files and transfer them to an alternate computer. This will ensure that you never lose files that you can’t get back.

Participate in Computer Security Day

Read your workplace’s computer security policy again. If your workplace has a policy, read it. Even if you’ve already read it before, it may have been updated, or you may have forgotten important parts of it. Read it for a refresher.
Check your computer station and office for security and safety issues. Looking around the area you work in can reveal a number of hazards that can be dealt with, easily provided you follow through checking them methodically. toshiba satellite c875 keyboard Here are some suggested activities:
Check the batteries in your computer room’s smoke detectors. Update them if needed. Install them immediately if you have none.
Check for fire extinguishers. Do you have them near your computing and server equipment in case of a fire?
Place monitors, keyboard and other computer equipment on anti-slip mats where needed.
Have you got anti-static features in place to prevent shocks? toshiba satellite l850 keyboard This is especially important if you work with the internal hardware.
Have you got power surge protectors in place for all computers and related equipment? If not, buy some today and install them immediately.
Check the security and safety of your computer hardware. Whenever you leave your room or office, can other people access or remove your computing equipment? If so, consider instituting practices that will prevent them from doing anything with your computer:
Put computer security posters in the office or room to remind everyone of their security responsibilities.
Use passwords to prevent unwanted access to computers.
Attach computers to the wall or heavy equipment by means of locks in order to prevent them from being removed. toshiba satellite l855 keyboard This is especially important for laptops and notebooks.
Clean the hardware and your desk zone. A cluttered workspace and messy office can be the cause of sloppy work practices in relation to confidential information and the more at ease everyone has become with leaving confidential information lying about, the harder it becomes to break the slack cycle. Jump on it now!
Vacuum the computer keyboard toshiba satellite l875 keyboard and computer area to remove dust build-up. Wipe down the screens with anti-static wipes.
Ensure that all dust, including chalk dust, is not covering or inside computers and related equipment. Also remove pet dander, especially if your cat has a habit of sleeping next to your computer as you work.
Clean the heads on disk drives and other magnetic media drives.
Clean the area around your computer to remove clutter and to ensure that you know where all confidential files, discs, memory sticks, and other related confidential information actually is. Store everything securely.
Check for software and program vulnerabilities. Use the tools at hand to keep your computer software, applications, and programs in top shape.
When did you last change Toshiba L740 LCD Cable your password? Do it today if you can’t remember. Read How to choose a computer password that is hard to guess for more help.
Do a virus sweep. Read How to remove a virus if you find one.
Delete unneeded files. They use memory but also create clutter, making it both harder to find or spot problems, and providing more potential “gateways” for viruses to enter through. A regular clean up is cathartic.
Get rid of your Adobe Flash cookies. Read How to delete Flash cookies for the instructions.
Examine the audit files on your computers.
Verify computer inventories. If you’re running a business or you’re in the part of the organization that’s responsible for computers, use this day to take inventories.
Check inventories of all computer stock in the workplace. Chase up any missing or borrowed equipment.
Check the inventory of computer utilities and packaged software.
Check the inventory of computer applications.
Update computer security training manuals. Toshiba L745 LCD Cable Plan to give mini computer security sessions to staff and other people on this day. Send or hand out the new manual to people who need it.
Include all issues of privacy, use of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter in a workplace context, etc. Be sure to discuss ethics and accountability for workers using external websites and internal chat and wiki facilities.
For those working from home or who use computers at home, read up on security concerns related to using social networking sites and change your settings to protect yourself.
Read How to manage Facebook privacy options for more information.
Know how to spot and avoid falling for online scams such as phishing, hoax emails, pretexting, etc. Teach members of your family, Toshiba L745-S4210 LCD Cable community, and coworkers how to spot these scams too.
Back up your computer data. For every computer owned, back up the data. If you don’t already back-up regularly, make today the day to draw up a plan to remind yourself to make regular back-ups, or use a program that will do this for you automatically.
Develop a total recovery plan for all computer systems that might need one.
Consider having several sources of back-up – online, cloud, USB sticks, hard drives, etc.
Check that trouble logs are in place on each computer and are being used and followed up.
Think security and safety when you’re out and about. Carrying laptops, notebooks, and electronic data gadgets can lead you into trouble if you don’t pay adequate attention. Things to do include:
Never leave a laptop or other electronic gadget in open sight in a car. Always store out of sight, or preferably, take it with you. And lock your car, even if all you’re doing is paying for gas.
Remember to pick up your laptop, USB stick, or other electronic gadget after using it. Leaving it behind on a bar, in a cafe, or at someone else’s house allows anyone access to the information on the item.
Avoid carrying laptops and notebooks openly in places where mugging and pickpocketing is known. While this is mainly of concern when traveling, Toshiba DD0TE5LC050 LCD Cable always keep your wits about you.
Avoid placing open liquids such as soda or coffee near your computer. Spills can be very costly, not to mention dangerous to your data!
Wipe clean old computers being donated to charity, schools, or the recycling depot at the tip. You don’t want an unscrupulous person resurrecting your personal data.

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How to Installing Asus K50IJ RAM

Turn the asus k50ij laptop on its back, with the battery compartment on the top right.

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Put the laptop on a towel to avoid any scratches.

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Open the battery compartment. Store the lid at a safe place.

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The battery is held by two holding clamps. Push these holding clamps toward the battery at the same time. When pushed, lift the battery out of its compartment

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Remove the screw that holds the bottom piece of the laptop and store it in a safe place.

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Besides the screw already removed, the bottom piece is held by four other screws.

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Remove the screws on the right sight as the picture shows.

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Now remove the two other screws on the left side of the laptop.

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The bottom piece is now loose. However, it still needs to be pulled out slightly, about 1/4 of an inch.

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Now lift it up and put it at a safe place.

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On the right lower side you can see the memory. The ASUS K50IJ has 2GB memory on board and usually comes with a 1GB memory stick (=3GB total RAM memory). The laptop can be upgraded to 4GB maximum, which means you can only use a 2GB stick (2GB PC2-6400 DDR2).

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The memory stick is fixed with two holding clamps. Before you push these clamps aside, be sure that you are not electrostatic (go to the kitchen sink and touch the metal faucet to be discharged).

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Now first push one holding clamp away from the memory stick. The stick will slightly pop up since it is under tension. Now push the other holding clamp, too.

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In this position, the memory stick is now ready to be removed. Use one hand and pull it out of the slot.

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While you are pulling it out of the slot, don’t push it down. Pull it out in the same angle as it is (if you push it down, you will just re-fix the stick in the slot and might break a pin of the holder).

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Take the new stick and carefully put it into the slot in the same angle you removed the old one.

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Slightly push it into the slot holder (keep the angle). When all of the golden pins disappeared, the memory stick is ready to be pushed down back into the two holding clamps.

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While slighty pushing toward the slot holder, use your pointer finger and push down the memory stick until you hear a click.

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The click indicates that the memory stick snapped into place. However, double check that the stick has latched into both holding clamps. If necessary, push on one side where the stick has not latched yet.

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Put the bottom part back onto the laptop as shown. Then push it slightly back to its original position.

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Pay attention that the bottom piece engages well and evenly.

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Take the four screws (2 for each side) and fix the bottom piece. Take the screw you removed near the battery compartment and screw it in. Take the battery and put it back into the compartment. Take the lid of the battery compartment and close it. That’s it!

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How to Installing ASUS Eee PC 1018P Keyboard

Lay the laptop flat on a hard surface with the bottom facing up and the battery pack on the side closest to you.

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Use both index fingers to push both spring tabs inwards towards the center of the laptop.

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With the spring tabs pressed inward, use your fingernails to lift of the edge of the battery, pivoting it up and towards you.

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Pull the battery pack up and away from you to completely free it from its recess in the case.

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Remove the screws securing the bottom case to the keyboard.

Remove the six 3.68 mm screws and the single 4.45 mm screw that had been concealed by the battery.

Use a pair of tweezers to remove the two rubber covers located at the upper left and right corners.

With the rubber covers gone, two 4.52 mm screws should now be visible. Remove these screws.

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Pry the cover free from the chasis by inserting the plastic opening tool between the keyboard and the lower body of the Asus Eee PC 1018P.

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Prying a asus eee pc 1018p keyboard from a laptop requires a lot of force, but the keyboard also has fragile connectors underneath. Use caution so as to avoid breaking these connectors.

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Lift the outside edge of the keyboard upward and inward towards the screen. (See warning below.)

Take care not to lift the keyboard very far, as this may sever the ribbon cables that are still attached.

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Remove the black ribbon cable from the motherboard.

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Use the tip of the plastic opening tool to push the black tabs on both sides of the white connector forward toward the display.

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Pushing forward on one side will push the other side back toward the touch pad. Repeat the previous step until both black tabs will not move any farther.

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Carefully pull the black ribbon cable horizontally toward the display until it slides free from the white motherboard connector. If it does not move when pulling on it, repeat previous steps until it does.

Remove the white ribbon cable from the motherboard.

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Insert the plastic opening tool under the small lip of the white ribbon connector, and pry upwards to pop the motherboard connector up.

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Carefully remove the white ribbon cable by pulling it horizontally towards the touch pad.

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The keyboard can now be removed from the main body of the Asus Eee PC 1018P.

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Reverse the procedure to install your new Asus eee pc 1018p keyboard.

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How to Installing Asus Eee PC 1008ha CPU Cooling Fan

Remove the front panel of the base using the plastic opening tool found in the tool kit.

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Lift the asus eee pc 1008ha keyboard off of the tray, carefully removing the connected ribbon from underneath the keyboard

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Remove the asus eee pc 1008ha keyboard tray by gently pulling with a finger in the hole of the tray and lifting.

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Locate the battery and remove the wires connecting it to the rest of the device (do this gently, as damage can occur if done too violently)

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Remove the 2mm screws on the copper heat sink on the left side of the device.

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Use a flathead screwdriver to remove the heat sink. Make sure to remove the adhesive tape from the top of the heat sink.

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Remove the small white connector attached to the fan (make sure to pull from the white connector and not with the wires as this can cause damage to the component)

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Replace with new fan!

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How to Installing Asus Eee PC 1005HA Keyboard

Lay the laptop upside down. Locate the two battery lock tabs.

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Slide the tabs outward to unlock the asus eee pc 1005ha laptop battery.

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The left tab will remain unlocked, while the right tab must be held.

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Holding the right tab open, slide the asus eee pc 1005ha battery towards you to remove.

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Locate the 4 metal latches in the battery cavity and pull the latches out using the plastic opening tool.

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The latches cannot be removed completely, so do not apply too much pressure on the latches as they may bend.

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Turn the laptop over and open it

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Use plastic opener tool to lift the asus eee pc 1005ha keyboard up off of the laptop

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Do not completely remove keyboard just yet. A ribbon connects the underside of the asus eee pc 1005ha keyboard to the laptop.

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Lift up the pins on either side of the ribbon connector and then detach ribbon, Remove the keyboard

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Reverse the procedure to install your new Asus eee pc 1005ha keyboard.

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How to Replace ASUS Eee PC 1001PX Hard Drive

It is fairly easy to replace the hard drive and requires very little technical expertise.

There are no security bits inside the case so a standard cross head screwdriver is all that is required.

Additionally it would be useful to have a small flat head screwdriver, and a plastic card about the size of a credit card to separate the case.

Some care must be taken when unclipping cables to ensure that the circuit boards are not damaged.

First turn the netbook upside down and slide the asus eee pc 1001px battery catches to release and remove the battery from the netbook

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Locate the memory compartment and undo the screw. Note: It cannot be removed from the compartment door.  Prise the door away from the netbook from the screw end. There are clips along the side that hold it in place. Once loose, put the door to one side.

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(Image rotated) Undo the screw and remove from the bottom right of the memory compartment. Note: It is not necessary to remove the memory when replacing the Hard Drive.

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Remove the remaining four screws from the corners of the netbook.

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Turn the netbook back over. To remove the keyboard there are four metal tabs that need to be pushed back. I found a small flat head screwdriver useful for this. Be careful not to scratch the keyboard or case.

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I found it useful to begin with the two central clips. The natural spring of the metal prevented the clips from returning back. The keyboard should pivot from the front of the case. It is attached with a ribbon cable to the main board. The next step covers releasing the keyboard.

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There are two clips that hold the ribbon cable in place. To release them push them forwards towards the keyboard. The ribbon should then slide out without resistance. At this point you should disconnect the touchpad. The cable is on the left (highlighted orange). To disconnect the touchpad raise the black bar. There is a clear tab with the label MB stuck on it. Use this to pull the cable from the board. Once again there should be no resistance.

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Six screws must now be removed in order to separate the case. The one highlighted in orange is under a warranty label. This is where your warranty will be voided.

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Once the screws are removed pry the case apart. I found it useful to begin at the rear and work my way around using a plastic card so as not to damage the case. The clips underneath the touchpad are the hardest to unclip.

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Lift away the case to reveal the main board(s). The hard drive is clearly visible to the right.

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There is a cable running over the hard drive that connects the two main boards together. Like the touchpad this is removed by lifting the two black retainers and sliding the cable out.

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Remove the remaining screw from the bottom right of the hard drive caddy. Raise the hard drive gently using the black tab to the left and slide left to release it from the connector to the right. The hard drive can then be removed.

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Before removing the screws from the drive caddy make a note as to which way the drive fits into the caddy. This way when you fit the replacement drive you’ll know which way around the drive goes.

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There are four screws, one at each corner. Remove these screws and separate the drive from the caddy.

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The drive can now be replaced. To re-assemble, follow the instructions in reverse. The case and keyboard should clip in quite easily. Finally, remember to reattach the touchpad and keyboard when re-assembling!

Reverse the procedure to install your new ASUS Eee PC 1001PX Hard Drive.

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