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If you damage the connector, the keyboard will not work. It’s still possible to use this clip to lock the connector. Pull Wi-Fi antenna cables though the opening in the cover. Disconnect the speaker cable (green arrow) from the motherboard. In the next post I will explain how to remove the screen. UPDATE: There are only two fans listed in the service manual for HP Pavilion dv7 series. 488885-001 for notebooks equipped with AMD processor. Lift up the keyboard from the base and access the cable connector underneath. The brown clip must stay attached to the connector base. As you see, the left pin on the brown clip is missing. Remove six screws securing display hinges (three screws per hinge). Separate the display assembly from the notebook base. The green circled screw is hidden in the CD/DVD drive bay. You can use same trick with the guitar pick shown in the step 6. As you see, the cooling fan is dusty and has to be cleaned.

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They're like OEMs, except they also design the product. So there's very little orthogonality between laptop brand name and the qualities measured in the survey.All three (which are still going today) have been dropped, kicked, gamed on, worked on through and through.I replaced one keyboard ($15) because my WASD letters rubbed off but that's it. Returned mine because of faulty touch pad, wifi died in my mothers one, my friends have them and the bezels around the screens are clicky (clips are not good enough). Remove (loosen) four screws securing the hard drive and memory cover. Slide the HDD 1 to the left until it’s disconnected from the motherboard and remove it. Disconnect two antenna cables from the wireless card. Remove four screws securing hard drives (two screws per hard drive). The companies listed in the survey just hire an ODM, tell them the specs they want the laptop to have, and ok/reject what the ODM comes up with. A particular model HP may have more in common with a Dell or Mac than with another model HP.

About the only thing the brand name tells you is how good the aftermarket support will be.

On a final note, Toshiba deserves its place on the bottom of the list IMO.

A few years ago, I got a Toshiba laptop, and a few months later, the HDD broke.

I'm not sure how but I do know that they only focused on one or three laptops from the companies rather than the whole thing or by people's ratings unless those one or three laptops were the only recent thing released this year One important thing that is not mentioned in article are spare parts.

In my country (Croatia), some companies like Dell don't have official representative and because of that spare parts are expensive and rare. Aside from maybe Samsung and MSI, none of those companies actually make laptops.

It ended up being replaced with a WD Scorpio Blue, which is also still working today.