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How to disassemble the laptop and replace the Mother board.


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Switch off the laptop and remove the battery.
  • Switch off the laptop and remove the battery.

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The Keyboard is held by 5x locking clips.
  • The Keyboard is held by 5x locking clips.

  • Pick up a little the one side of the Keyboard and start opening the clips one by one.

  • Disconnect the Keyboard flex cable from the mother board and remove the KB.

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  • Remove the screw.

  • Pull out the SATA DVD Drive.

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  • Remove 3x Philips screws.

  • Disconnect the two small flex cables:

    • Power On button flex cable

    • Touch pad flex cable

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  • Unscrew the two Philips screws and remove the HDD / RAM Cover.

  • Remove three screws securing the hard drive caddy (hard drive assembly).

  • Slide the hard drive assembly to the left to disconnect it from the motherboard.

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  • Disconnect the two coaxial antenna cables from the Wi-Fi card.

  • Remove any Memory or Dummy card.

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  • The bottom cover is held by 10x Phillips screws. Remove them.

  • With a plastic tool separate the Upper cover and remove it.

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  • Disconnect:

    • The Microphone cable

    • The LCD Display flex cable

  • Remove 3x Pillips screws.

  • Lift the board first from the right edge.

  • There is another one cable, from the DC connector, connected to the underside of main board. We should spun the the board to disconnect the DC connector cable.

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まとめ

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

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Thank you very much for this information. My X55C laptop "fell" off the table with the power cord plugged in and broke the inside of the case that holds the receptacle. The power cord could no longer make good contact to charge the battery.

I was able to take the laptop apart, and get at the power cord. I have a temporary fix on the power cord, and a new case bottom on order.

ASUS quoted me about $300 to replace the case bottom if I sent it to them to replace the case. I found a case (used) on Ebay that was about $12 including S&H and will be here shortly. The only suggestion I have is to explain how the "ZIF" connectors for the Touchpad and Power Switch work. I almost destroyed them trying to get the Ribbon Cables out and back in.

Thanks again for a text and picture aid to fix this laptop model!!!!!!!!

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