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E-system 3083 Laptop - how to open case?


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Hi everyone, I have an E-system 3083 Laptop and I need to open the case. I can't find any service manuals anywhere. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.

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Why do you need to open the case? There's nothing inside it that's upgradable.
You may find an extra memory slot that are typically underneath the keyboard but even then you don't need to take the entire chassis apart for that.
Anything that's user upgradable will be accessible by removing the appropriate panels on the bottom of the unit.
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Maybe I could have explained a bit more, A heatsink has come off one of the chips, at a guess it looks like one from the chipset, and the machine now suffers catastrophic failures that result in a completely broken Windows XP installation that has to be re-installed. I am hoping that now I have found the offending heatsink (it was lodged in one of the service bays) I can re-attach it and all will be well.

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