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はじめに

This guide shows the necessary steps to replace the Acer Aspire V5-571-6889 motherboard, the central network of the computer which all components are connected to and use for communication with one another. Motherboards most often need replacement in an everyday use laptop if they have sustained damage from overheating or from the normal wear of all electrical components over time. However, upgrading a motherboard can have other benefits such as increased speed of the overall computer for gaming and increased quality of streaming content.

This guide will walk through the steps necessary for removing the motherboard starting from removing the top cover and keyboard to expose the motherboard, disconnecting the components in their recommended order, and finally removing the motherboard from the computer housing.

Before continuing with this guide, please make sure the computer is off and unplugged from all external power sources and follow the steps out of the reach of children.

  1. Flip laptop over so that the back is facing upward.
    • Flip laptop over so that the back is facing upward.

    • Push switch to the right.

    • Pull battery away from the laptop.

  2. Use a #0 Phillips head screw driver to remove all of the screws.
    • Use a #0 Phillips head screw driver to remove all of the screws.

  3. Flip laptop back over.
    • Flip laptop back over.

    • Open the laptop.

    • Wedge a prying tool between the keyboard and laptop body seam to remove keyboard.

    • Be careful not to bend the keyboard too much or break the tabs that connect the keyboard to the laptop.

  4. Gently lift keyboard.
    • Gently lift keyboard.

    • Disconnect keyboard from the laptop.

  5. Use a prying tool to remove the upper cover.
    • Use a prying tool to remove the upper cover.

  6. Locate the hard drive.
    • Locate the hard drive.

    • Lift the hard drive.

    • Disconnect hard drive.

  7. Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the 2.5 x 5 mm with screw attached to the Motherboard.
    • Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the 2.5 x 5 mm with screw attached to the Motherboard.

  8. Use Tweezers to remove the antenna cables attached to the Wi-Fi card.
    • Use Tweezers to remove the antenna cables attached to the Wi-Fi card.

  9. Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the two 2.5 x 5 mm Phillips #0 screws connecting the Wi-Fi card to the Motherboard.
    • Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the two 2.5 x 5 mm Phillips #0 screws connecting the Wi-Fi card to the Motherboard.

  10. Lift and pull out the  Wi-Fi card.
    • Lift and pull out the Wi-Fi card.

  11. Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the 2.5 x 5 mm Phillips #0 screw on the CD-ROM Drive.
    • Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the 2.5 x 5 mm Phillips #0 screw on the CD-ROM Drive.

  12. Lift and pull out the CD-ROM Drive.
    • Lift and pull out the CD-ROM Drive.

  13. Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the 2 x 3 mm Phillips #0 screw holding down CD-ROM connector.
    • Use #0 Phillips screw driver to remove the 2 x 3 mm Phillips #0 screw holding down CD-ROM connector.

  14. Pull out the CD-ROM Drive connector.
    • Pull out the CD-ROM Drive connector.

  15. Use Tweezers to remove the tape covering the display cable connector. Gently disconnect the display cable connector.
    • Use Tweezers to remove the tape covering the display cable connector.

    • Gently disconnect the display cable connector.

  16. Gently peel back the black cloth tape holding the wires in place.
    • Gently peel back the black cloth tape holding the wires in place.

  17. Gently lift Motherboard.
    • Gently lift Motherboard.

    • Do not remove yet. There are some connections that need to be disconnected.

  18. Gently remove the connector underneath the Motherboard.
    • Gently remove the connector underneath the Motherboard.

  19. Gently disconnect the three connectors attached to the Motherboard. Gently disconnect the three connectors attached to the Motherboard. Gently disconnect the three connectors attached to the Motherboard.
    • Gently disconnect the three connectors attached to the Motherboard.

  20. Use #0 Philips screw driver to unscrew the three 2.5 mm x 4 mm screws connecting the CPU fan to the Motherboard.
    • Use #0 Philips screw driver to unscrew the three 2.5 mm x 4 mm screws connecting the CPU fan to the Motherboard.

  21. The motherboard is ready to be replaced.
    • The motherboard is ready to be replaced.

    • Attach the CPU fan to the new motherboard during reassembling.

終わりに

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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