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Using this guide, you should be able to replace the network card on your laptop. If you are having internet connectivity issues, this guide could be your best bet for fixing them. Do note that when replacing the part, make sure the gold connection pins are fully connected when putting the network card in place.

  1. Make sure the laptop is off and unplugged before starting.
    • Make sure the laptop is off and unplugged before starting.

    • Using the plastic opening tool, remove the top rubber feet on the back panel as it hides one of the screws we will be removing.

  2. Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the ten 4.4mm Phillips head screws located on the back panel. Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the ten 4.4mm Phillips head screws located on the back panel.
    • Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the ten 4.4mm Phillips head screws located on the back panel.

  3. Using the plastic opening tool, remove the back cover of the laptop. It is recommended that you start with a corner and run the tool throughout the edges of the cover.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, remove the back cover of the laptop.

    • It is recommended that you start with a corner and run the tool throughout the edges of the cover.

    • Be sure not to bend the cover by applying too much force.

  4. Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3.8mm PH0 Phillips head screws that hold the battery in place. Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3.8mm PH0 Phillips head screws that hold the battery in place.
    • Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3.8mm PH0 Phillips head screws that hold the battery in place.

  5. Carefully disconnect the cable connecting the top of the battery and remove the battery. Carefully disconnect the cable connecting the top of the battery and remove the battery. Carefully disconnect the cable connecting the top of the battery and remove the battery.
    • Carefully disconnect the cable connecting the top of the battery and remove the battery.

  6. The network card is located at the top left corner of the motherboard. Unscrew the 4.4mm PH0 Phillips screw at the top of the network card. Unscrew the 4.4mm PH0 Phillips screw at the top of the network card.
    • The network card is located at the top left corner of the motherboard.

    • Unscrew the 4.4mm PH0 Phillips screw at the top of the network card.

  7. Using the spudger, remove the two gold pins at the top of the network card. It is recommended to gently apply a vertical force upward with the spudger. It is recommended to gently apply a vertical force upward with the spudger.
    • Using the spudger, remove the two gold pins at the top of the network card.

    • It is recommended to gently apply a vertical force upward with the spudger.

  8. Lift up the network card and remove it from the motherboard connector. Lift up the network card and remove it from the motherboard connector. Lift up the network card and remove it from the motherboard connector.
    • Lift up the network card and remove it from the motherboard connector.

Conclusione

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

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