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Is there anywhere that i can find a diagram, that shows me how to take the top panel of the laptop off? The video card is busted and i need to replace the motherboard. I cant seem to get the panel off so that i can get to it. I've taken off all of the visible screws and it is stuck near the CPU area. HELP!!!
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I seem to remember finding actual "drawings" of the different case parts, on the Dell site no less. It took some digging, though, but the pictures were helpful. Might be worth a try...
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