Press on the lock in the center to release the keyboard. Do not forget to remove 3 screw under the battery. Insert a thin object under the securing strip and lift it up. Disconnect the flat touchpad cable from the system board. STEP 2 Pull the hard drive firmly to disengage from the connector. Remove the Wi-Fi card.
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Be careful, it may be very tight.
Remove two screws toshiba m30x the modem card. STEP 6 Remove the securing strip. STEP 16 Disconnect the fan cable from the system board.
STEP 14 Remove a metal plate covering the video control chip. Turn the CPU locking screw to unlock position.
Loosen the screw securing the memory cover and remove the cover. Remove the toshiba m30x securing the hard drive. Carefully lift the heatsink assembly off the CPU.
For laptop screen removal instrucitons please visit this guide. STEP 5 Turn the computer right side up. STEP 18 Disconnect the toshiba m30x sound board cable toshkba the system board. Carefully lift the toshiba m30x card of the system board. Carefully lift the CPU off the system board.
Toshiba Satellite M35X M30X disassembly guide
STEP 10 Toshiba m30x two screws securing the hinges on the back of the laptop. STEP 1 Turn the unit upside down. Tishiba one screw securing the modem cover.
STEP 2 Pull the hard drive firmly to disengage from toshiba m30x connector. Remove one more screw.
Toshiba Satellite M30X-113
Disconnect the modem cable. Carefully remove the system board from the base. Remove the top cover assembly. Remove the memory modules.
Toshiba Satellite M30X-155
Disconnect the flat sound board cable from the system board. Disconnect the wireless card cables. Remove the Wi-Fi card. Toshiba m30x all screws on the bottom. Remove two screws securing the hinges. Pull the wireless cables out of the rout. Toshiba m30x two screws securing the keyboard.
Satellite M30X – Toshiba
STEP 7 Remove two screws securing the keyboard. Disconnect the flat touchpad cable from the system board.
Loosen one screw securing the Fi-Fi card cover. Press on the lock in the center to release the keyboard.
Disconnect the keyboard cable from the system board and remove the keyboard. Remove the “dummy” PC card.