はじめに

Hi everyone, here I am with a new guide (teardown/replacement)

Again, you will find little mistakes in my english, but as you know my native language is dutch ...

I hope you will like the guide.

Good luck!

To begin with, remove the battery and remove the 2 panels at the bottom of the laptop.
  • To begin with, remove the battery and remove the 2 panels at the bottom of the laptop.

  • After removing these panels, you'll see the RAM, HDD, and Wi-Fi module.

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Carefully remove the Wi-Fi antennas from the mini Pci-e adapter.
  • Carefully remove the Wi-Fi antennas from the mini Pci-e adapter.

    • Note for reassembly: The black antenna attaches to 1 and the gray attaches to 2.

  • tip : Make a sketch of the laptop, where all the screws are, and how to put it back afterwards.

  • Remove the mini Pci-e Wi-Fi adapter by removing the small screw. Lift the screw side gently, then pull out.

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  • Now remove the HDD and the RAM

    • Remove the HDD by removing the three screws and pulling the Sata connector from the motherboard.

    • Remove the RAM by pulling apart the clips on either side of the top stick. The stick should pop up, then pull it out. Repeat for the bottom stick.

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  • Remove the 6 keyboard screws.

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  • Remove the DVD drive bay by prying a little spudger between the case and the drive cover. Then gently pull it out.

  • The screws should already be removed from the removal of the panel.

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  • Next, we will remove the screws from the rest of the case.

  • Start by removing the screws hidden in the battery compartment (M2.5x3).

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  • Now remove the 10 remaining case screws (M2.5x6.5).

    • There are 2 hidden screws in the HDD compartment (see last picture).

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  • After removing all the screws, we can remove the keyboard.

  • Be careful because you can break keys or the entire keyboard.

  • Use a spudger to pry and search for the "locks"

  • use your hand to gently remove the keyboard. You will here clicks.

  • Be careful for the thin connector under the keyboard.

  • open the socket by clicking it up. pull the connector gently away from the socket.

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  • There are hidden screws under the keyboard. Remove them. (M2.5x6.5)

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  • remove all the visible connectors.

  • the other connectors are from the power button and the mouse pad.

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  • Now gently remove the case with a spudger and a isesamo opener.

  • Gently slide the spudger/opening tool to open the case.

  • You will hear clicks.

  • be careful for the connectors.

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  • After you've removed the case you will see the motherboard.

  • Remove the screws from the motherboard.

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  • remove the connectors of the screen.

  • be careful with the connector (the bigger of the two.) (With the HP SPARE sticker)

  • Remove the sticker ( HP spare) And pull the connector out of the socket.

  • if you put back the screen and the connector afterwards , maybe you can tape the LCD cable to the motherboard with electrical tape. It will fit better then and you have less troubles with the screen.

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  • now we will remove the sata dock from the dvd player.

  • like the other connectors , just pull it out the socket. but be gentle.

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  • now remove the usb conncetor + the dc jack connector.

  • you can remove the dc jack (head) by pulling it out (sliding). if it's loose, then you can remove the connector from the motherboard.

  • if you remove the usb connector, be careful because the cable is taped to the case. pull gently

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  • after removing all the cables/ wires and screws, we can remove the screws from the screen hinges.

  • after removing the screws from the hinges, put the entire screen apart.

  • we will remove the motherboard first. see picture 3. you can remove the motherboard by pulling it up and sliding it to the right.

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  • if you have to remove the LCD screen connector you have to remove the case arround the screen. same thing if you have a broken screen..

  • be carefull if you remove the case around the screen. it's taped to the screen. i removed the case with an spudger. But first remove the 2 screws hidden under a black round sticker at the bottom of the screen, just above the grey hinges.

  • after removing the screws , slide the spudger arround the case, you will hear the clicks

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  • after removing the case. this is the screen internal.

  • above you will see the camera, the wifi antenna's . under you'll see the hinges and at the left the lcd connector.

  • you can remove the grey plastic caps by removing the screw(s), under the plastic cap you will find the cables running trough..

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  • you do the same thing at the other side.

  • if you remove, or going to remove the screen, be carefull with the cables, most of them are taped to the case or screen.

  • At the second picture you see the wires after removing the plastic grey cap. if you have problems with screen failure ( like a black screen or bad connection) its best to check this cable first before buying a new one. The wires are sliding to the cap and sometimes they get cut.

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  • Now the last steps.. we will put some new coolpaste to the soldered CPU and GPU

  • first remove the 4 screws of the cooling socket.

  • remove the socket, be carefull for the little power socket attached at the motherboard, running to the cooling fan.

  • and than put some drop of cooling paste on the CPU/GPU

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まとめ

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

7 の人々がこのガイドを完成させました。

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Would it be beneficial to remove old CPU and GPU thermal paste?

simmonsmarquis - 返信

If you are putting new paste to the cooler, Yes you have to remove the old thermal paste.

If you wonder only remove it because the laptop is heating up , i reccomand cleaning the whole laptop. Only the thermal paste will not be enough.

Kind regards,

Kevin

Kevin D - 返信

Show reverse for HP56 Cq notebook

Ray Walker - 返信

Please put together cq 56 notebookPc

Ray Walker - 返信

Great instructions thank you!

I reassembled mine but now I cannot turn on the WiFi via the function button.

Everything else works.

I checked the two antenna cable are attached to the correct ones but still cannot turn on WiFi. Any suggestions appreciated

Robert Kehoe - 返信

a loose cable or connector for wifi? reconnect everithing and try again, good luck

Kevin D - 返信

Kevin, Great work!!

I have same model and CPU fan runs like an engine and machine heats up too quickly soon after its powered on. I was looking for a guide on replacing the fan. Here i found one very useful, thanks...

Santhosh - 返信

Kevin, I need a suggestion...

Air vents near the CPU are clean but still fan makes huge noise and machine becomes hot, should i replace the fan?

Santhosh - 返信

Tanks Santhosh ,

There is a possibility that the noise is comming from broken or loose plastic from the frame of the laptop. Check te frame on broken/ misshapen pieces of plastic.

is there a loose cable ( maybe the cable of the fan itself)? paste the fan cable to the main board.

I should check the fan on broken or misshapen plastic parts , then check the connector and the cable.. try another fan.

Kind regards

Kevin D - 返信

Kevin,

I do not see any such broken/damaged plastic or cables near the fan, all looks fine. I have applied the Thermal paste on the CPU. The noise is due to fan running at high speed. I will assemble the parts now and test.

Santhosh - 返信

Something screwed up.. no display on the monitor now :(

Do you know what could be wrong? I opened the top panel and confirmed that all the connectors are connected.

Santhosh - 返信

Weird.. a noisy fan is mostly due to broken or loose parts. do you have a spare fan?

when you remove the top panel you have to watch out with LCD cables. check the LCD cable , check the LCD connector. sometimes you have to push it back in the connector ( 1 bad connection and it does not work.) Be carefull some LCD cables are easy to tear..., be gently with the connector as well..

Kevin D - 返信

Excellent! And thank you . . . I followed this closely in its entirety (skipping only steps 18 & 19 related to the LCD display, which I didn't need to remove) in preparation of performing a mobo reflow. Thanks again, very useful guide.

GuccizBud - 返信

Great tutorial!!

I would like to know, in step 13, what is the utility of the cable tagged TSD?

cause my laptop have a backlight problem. I changed the lcd cable but the problem is still there…

next step is to change the whole screen… but I was wondering if the problem could come from the other cable?

thank you!

Nicolas Deschenes - 返信

Dear,

It has been a while sinsce i made this tutorial. but i’m pretty sure it was a audio related cable. The only LCD cable is the thick one. i suggest to use a new '( or other) screen.

good luck

Kevin D - 返信

Woah thank you!

I was’nt expecting an answer so fast! :)

I decided to buy a new screen, so I needed to open the laptop again, and I saw it on the board: MIC WIRE 2PINS

So I guess this is the microphone cable which goes next to the webcam on the top of the screen.

thank you again for your time!

Nicolas Deschenes - 返信

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