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How to disassemble / take apart notebooks. Guide with pictures.


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New disassembly guides:

How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite A20 laptop and replace hinges.

The second guide was created and submitted by user LilKevin715.

Disassembling Toshiba Satellite L25 notebook and overclocking the CPU.

Also, on my home page I posted a link to the website with disassembly guides for Macintosh laptops.
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Three more guides on the First Day of 2006.

Toshiba Satellite A15 notebook disassembly instructions.

How to remove and replace broken laptop hinges. Toshiba Satellite A45 manual.

How to take apart Toshiba Satellite M45 laptop yourself.

Happy New Year!
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More notebook disassembly guides.

Toshiba Satellite P15. Clean heatsink and fix laptop overheating problem.

Toshiba Satellite M35. Take apart notebook. Do-It-Yourself instructions.

Toshiba Portege 3500 Tablet PC manual. How to remove and replace the soundboard.
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Yeah teardowns for some systems are hard to find... The inspiron 1000 only had 4 customer replaceable parts which could be part of the reason on that.... I'll look around and see what I can find
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Toshiba Tecra S2. How to pull apart the laptop.

Toshiba Satellite M55. How to remove the motherboard and the LAN board.
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Two more guides are ready!

Toshiba Satellite M65. How to replace the CPU and the system board.

Toshiba Portege R100. How to remove notebook system board.
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with the prevelance of dell laptops now adays you should start on those next

Indeed...... is this going to be a Toshiba only thread ?? BTW I think that if you can take "one" Toshiba apart, you can take maybe 70% of all Toshiba's apart.

We need something about Dell. Like the 4100 Inspiron f.e. Dell charges abnormal high prices for it's parts.

Edited by JimB007, 30 January 2006 - 04:42 AM.

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Indeed...... is this going to be a Toshiba only thread ?? BTW I think that if you can take "one" Toshiba apart, you can take maybe 70% of all Toshiba's apart.

We need something about Dell. Like the 4100 Inspiron f.e. Dell charges abnormal high prices for it's parts.


Hi JimB007,
I work mostly with Toshiba laptops (95%), thats why I create disassembly guides for Toshiba. Here you can find some service manuals for Dell laptops.
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This looks good. I needed that. Thanks.

Edited by JimB007, 31 January 2006 - 06:00 AM.

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Toshiba Satellite A85. How to replace laptop memory.

Toshiba Satellite A105. How to remove laptop motherboard.

Toshiba Qosmio F15. How to open laptop case.
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I just used your instructions to take apart my Toshiba A65 and all I have to say is thank you so much!!!! Now to replace the DC jack and I'll be good to go again. If anyone has any tips on how to replace the DC jack it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks bunches.
'Chele :whistling:
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Hi all,
I've added more disassembly guides to my collection.
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