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http://www.LaptopInventory.com – HP Compaq DV6000 Laptop Disassembly and Repair Fix Tutorial. Take Apart HP Notebook Laptop Parts Battery, CMOS, LCD Bezels, …
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how to remove annoying ground loop noise from laptop plugged into pa system
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This video shows how to remove and reinstall your laptop’s battery pack. No tools are required. Can also be useful if your laptop suffers a power issue or for high heat situations (eg running certain diagnostic programs).
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Keeping the battery in your laptop computer while it is plugged in will reduce the battery life, as it is constantly charging. To preserve the life of the battery, remove and store it for as much as a few weeks, especially if you are using the laptop as a replacement for a desktop computer. Removing a laptop battery is very simple but must be done carefully. You must make sure not to produce any kind of static electricity during removal, which can seriously damage the computer. For more information, or to find your new laptop battery, please visit LaptopBatteryDepot.net
davindageek.weebly.com Ok here is a video of me showing you how to take off the monitor and keyboard of your Compaq presario CQ 60. Remember to take out all of the screws from the back of your laptop, even the ones in the battery area. Note: I shot this video in Macro mode, so sorry if it’s a bit blurry, however I do hold the laptop up to the screen for you to see it, so you should be able to see everything clearly. Make sure to Ground your self or wear a static wrist strap.
PART 2: www.youtube.com Pictures of me taking it apart: www.flickr.com This video will show you in great detail how to remove your graphics card in your laptop or notebook. This process is hard, but I will show you how to do it without damaging or hurting your laptop. This is **PROOF OF CONCEPT** This method will not work with every laptop as each is designed and configured differently. PC Details: Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop Windows Vista: Home Edition (SP1) Note: I have Virtual PC which allows me to run multiple OS’s at one time. (Vista Business & XP & Linux) However, I use Vista: Home Edition as my main OS. 1GB memory (Will upgrade later) 74GB hard drive (I have an external HDD) Intel Core Duo CPU T2250 @ 1.73 GHz Each ATI X1400 Mobility Radeon Graphics Card
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