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How to Remove laptop Speakers

STEP 1 Remove two screws securing the speaker assembly to the motherboard (I don’t remember if I had to remove three screws). Unplug the speaker cable. STEP 2 Lift up and remove the speaker...

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How To Removing Hard Drive

These instructions will help you remove hard drive, memory, wireless card and keyboard from a HP Pavilion dv9000 series laptop. All these components, except the keyboard, can be accessed through the bottom of the...

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How to Removing and Installing CPU

The CPU is locked in the socket. Before you can remove the CPU, you’ll have to unlock the socket. Use a flathead screwdriver and turn the socket screw to “Open” position. Lift up the...

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DC Power Jack Repair

This will explain how to repair a failed or loose DC power jack on a laptop.   First of all, you’ll have to disassemble your laptop and remove the motherboard.   For this repair...

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LCD Screen Explained

A laptop screen also known as LCD screen displays an image generated by the laptop video card. The LCD screen receives data signal from the video card through the LCD cable. Laptop screens come...

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Can I overclock the CPU in my laptop

Question: Can I overclock the CPU in my laptop? Answer: No, you cannot. In most laptops the BIOS doesn’t give you this option. Question: Can I upgrade the CPU in my laptop? Answer: Unfortunately,...

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Typical Lcd Screen Related Failures

On the following images you’ll see some typical LCD screen related failures. 1. You can see image only on a part of the LCD screen. For example, only the top side of the screen...