In this guide, we will replace the motherboard for the ASUS ROG G750JW-RS72-CB.


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  1. Make sure you completely power down the computer before beginning this process.
    • Make sure you completely power down the computer before beginning this process.

    • With your finger, push this slide to the right. The battery should pop out of place.

  2. Pull the battery out of its place gently.
    • Pull the battery out of its place gently.

    • Lift up the flap using a plastic opening tool.

    • Hold the flap back with your finger.

    • Unscrew the 5.2mm screw underneath the flap.

    • Once the screw is out, pull on the plastic tab to pull off the plastic cover.

    • Unscrew the 5.2mm screws holding the hard drive in place.

    • Gently pull the rubber hard drive mount to the side.

    • Pull the drive out.

    • Remove the 8.5mm screws holding the bottom half of the laptop together.

    • Take a metal separater and gently pry open the back end of the laptop halves.

    • Remove the connector connecting the screen and the motherboard

    • Unscrew the 6.8mm screws holding the hinges of the screen to the bottom half of the computer.

    • Detach the screen from the hinges of the laptop.

    • Be careful not to damage the connecting wires when detaching the screen.

    • Use a metal separator to carefully separate the bottom half of the laptop.

    • Gently unplug the cables connecting the screen to the motherboard.

    • The display assembly can now be freely separated.

    • Remove the 5.4mm screws holding down the motherboard to the computer housing.

    • Gently detach the cables connected to the motherboard

    • The motherboard and fans can now be removed freely.


To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I opened my laptop to see why it shut off and would not turn back on, and when I got to exposing the mb saw there was a hole burnt in a part of the metal revealing the hardrive it looks like,I have pictures. if I were to get a replacement motherboard would this come with it to replace it the part that burned? Or is it unsalvagable? I’m very bummed. I don’t want to waste time and money if it cannot be repaired =\. Thank you for your help

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The HDD has a hole burned through it or the motherboard does? Or a daughter board that attaches to the motherboard? Anyway you could post a link to a dropbox or google drive location with the photos. I’d be happy to take a look and lat you know. I just had to pull my daughters G750JW apart as it is doing that freeze up every few moments. Already tried the two removable RAM sticks, and same. Reimaged the SDD several times, and the same. So I needed to look at the heatsink compound/grease. GPU didn’t have much in the way of compound left. Lucky for me there was plenty of extra on the heatsink. Just now finished putting it back together, so going to power it back up and see how it goes. If not, then I, myself, will be either replacing the motherboard, or just buying my daughter a new laptop for Christmas.

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