How to Disassemble & Rebuild a Laptop | rumahhijabaqila.comNow that you have selected your parts, you get to what is arguably the most fun part of the process: putting the parts together. Proper preparation is the key to a successful build. At this point you should leave the parts themselves in their protective anti-static bags, and assemble all the accompanying manuals. Now I know you want to get started, but trust me, read the manuals , check the diagrams, make sure you understand where each part goes and how it attaches. Find a dry, well-ventilated place to do your work. You should have plenty of light and if possible, you should choose an area without carpet on the floor, as carpet tends to generate a lot of static.
How To Assemble A Desktop PC/Assembly
In this post I explain how to completely disassemble a HP Pavilion dv6 laptop. This guide will have two parts. In the first part this post I show how to remove all main laptop parts. Ill explain how to take apart the display assembly and remove the screen. The disassembly guide on this page should fit HP Pavilion dv and dv models.
Disassemble your laptop
The first step to building a computer is acquiring the parts. This guide will start with a quick explanation of essential parts and elaborate on them further on. A computer is made up of a case or chassis which houses several important internal components, and provides places to connect the external components, including non-peripherals.
Taking apart and rebuilding a laptop will enable you to change out components, clean your system, or scrap the internal components of the laptop. This is a general guide, which covers the most common laptop configuration. Laptop manufacturers vary, however, and some items might be in a slightly different place or connected differently. In general, the process is to remove the components you can reach first, being careful to disconnect any cables to the component first. Take a picture of each step to help you reassemble your laptop at the end of the process. Keep careful track of the screws and where they go, as different sizes and kinds of screws can be used on the same component. To reduce any potential mix-ups, re-insert the screws in the holes they came from, or tape the screws near the appropriate hole on the component.