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Battery Installation

Set the side of the battery with the rubber foot into the battery mount Pivot the battery and press down until it clicks into place
Move the locking clip into the locked position

Keyboard Installation

If you are replacing the keyboard, follow all of the instructions below. If the keyboard has not been fully disconnected and was just moved to gain access to the RAM slot or WiFi card, skip ahead to the second half of this section.

Insert the ribbon cable into the slot making sure that the brown pin is pushed out

Push the brown pins on either side in with either a small screw driver or your fingernail. Ensure that the cable does not back out while doing so

With the keyboard attached, you can proceed to finish installing the keyboard.

Flip the keyboard up and, making sure that the tabs along the bottom of the keyboard are seated, pivot it down onto the laptop Reinstall the five screws that hold the keyboard in place
Position the bezel in place with the edge closest to the keyboard being installed first Press down along the top of the bezel until it clicks into place

At this point, simply install the battery and the laptop is ready for use.

Back Panel Installation

Drop the back panel into place about a quarter inch back from its final position Slide the panel forward about a quarter of an inch
Reinstall the three screws that hold the back panel in place  

When this is completed, simply install the battery and the laptop is ready for use.

Primary Hard Drive Installation

Before installing a new hard drive, be sure to move both the plastic mounting bracket and the thin plastic sheet from the old drive to the new one.

Drop the hard drive into place just below the SATA connector Slide the drive up until it is fully seated into the SATA connector
Reinstall the two screws that secure the drive in place  

When this is completed, install the back panel and battery to complete the hard drive replacement.

RAM 1&2 Installation

Insert the RAM into the slot at a 45° angle Gently press down on the RAM until it clicks into place
Repeat this process for the second stick  

When this is completed, install the back panel and battery to complete the RAM replacement.

RAM 3 Installation

Insert the RAM into the slot at a 45° angle Gently press down on the RAM until it clicks into place

When this is completed, install the keyboard and battery to complete the RAM replacement.

Secondary Hard Drive Installation

Before installing a new hard drive, be sure to move the thin plastic sheet with the rubber spacers from the old drive to the new one.

Drop the hard drive into place just below the SATA connector Slide the drive up until it is fully seated into the SATA connector
Drop the cover into place about an eighth of an inch below its final position Slide the panel into place
Secure the panel with the single screw

When this is completed, simply install the battery and the laptop is ready for use.

Optical Drive Installation

Remove the faceplate from the new drive by first depressing the clip shown and gently separating the faceplace from the drive Depress the clip on the other side of the drive to fully remove the faceplate
Install the faceplate that goes with the laptop by simply pressing it onto the drive until it clicks into place Install the mounting bracket onto the new drive
Slide the drive into the laptop Gently press it into place. The last quarter inch will have a bit more resistance as the drive makes the power/data connection to the laptop
Reinstall the single screw to secure the drive in place

When this is completed, simply install the battery and the laptop is ready for use.

CPU Installation

Drop the CPU into place. If it does not fully seat, verify that the locking screw is in the unlocked position Turn the locking screw 90° while gently holding down the CPU to lock the CPU in place
Apply a dot of thermal paste on the GPU and a thin line across the CPU Only a small amount of thermal paste is necessary as the pressure of the heatsink will spread it across the CPU/GPU 
Drop the heatsink into place Reinstall the four screws labeled 1-4 in order.
 Reinstall the three screws labeled 5-7 in order  

When this is completed, install the back panel and battery to complete the CPU replacement.

WiFi Card Installation

Insert the WiFi card into the slot at a 45° angle Gently hold down the card and reinstall the single screw to secure the card in place
Reattach the antenna by simply pressing them into place  

When this is completed, install the keyboard and battery to complete the WiFi card replacement.


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Posted on 2014-07-01 11:26:38