Introduction

This guide demonstrates how to properly remove the CPU of a HP Envy m6-n010dx.

Find the battery removal slider. Slide it across while simultaneously popping out and removing the device's battery. Slide it across while simultaneously popping out and removing the device's battery.
  • Find the battery removal slider.

  • Slide it across while simultaneously popping out and removing the device's battery.

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Remove the five marked screws found under the battery using a philips head screwdriver.
  • Remove the five marked screws found under the battery using a philips head screwdriver.

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Remove the small panel on the back by prying it off. This should reveal the hard drive. Remove the small panel on the back by prying it off. This should reveal the hard drive.
  • Remove the small panel on the back by prying it off. This should reveal the hard drive.

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The hard drive is connected to the motherboard via this blue-tabbed cable, highlighted in red. Gently pry off the cover to release the cable. Slowly lift the hard drive out and away from the device.
  • The hard drive is connected to the motherboard via this blue-tabbed cable, highlighted in red.

  • Gently pry off the cover to release the cable.

  • Slowly lift the hard drive out and away from the device.

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Remove the 6 highlighted 1.5 mm screws using a #00 philips head screwdriver. Pry off the lower two grip pads highlighted in orange. Remove the two additional 1.5mm screws underneath the lower grip pads using a #00 philips head screwdriver.
  • Remove the 6 highlighted 1.5 mm screws using a #00 philips head screwdriver.

  • Pry off the lower two grip pads highlighted in orange.

    • Remove the two additional 1.5mm screws underneath the lower grip pads using a #00 philips head screwdriver.

    • You may need to use more force than feels necessary.

  • Remove the large back panel to reveal the inner workings.

    • The CPU can be found underneath the heatsink, highlighted in yellow.

    • The back panel might be difficult to remove. Use a flat object to help pry it off, and don't be afraid to use force.

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Loosen the four 1.5 mm screws on the heat sink using a #00 philips head screwdriver. Remove the tape holding the heatsink to the fan. Remove the heatsink.
  • Loosen the four 1.5 mm screws on the heat sink using a #00 philips head screwdriver.

  • Remove the tape holding the heatsink to the fan.

  • Remove the heatsink.

  • When putting everything back together, use a new strip of electrical tape to make sure the parts are properly secured.

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Find the uncovered CPU highlighted in red. Turn the fastener, highlighted in orange, 180 degrees counterclockwise using a flat headed screwdriver to loosen the CPU. Turn the fastener, highlighted in orange, 180 degrees counterclockwise using a flat headed screwdriver to loosen the CPU.
  • Find the uncovered CPU highlighted in red.

  • Turn the fastener, highlighted in orange, 180 degrees counterclockwise using a flat headed screwdriver to loosen the CPU.

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Gently lift up and remove the CPU Only lift the CPU by the sides, making sure not to touch the bottom, otherwise you may damage your CPU. Don't forget to apply a few drops of thermal paste when putting in a new CPU.
  • Gently lift up and remove the CPU

  • Only lift the CPU by the sides, making sure not to touch the bottom, otherwise you may damage your CPU.

  • Don't forget to apply a few drops of thermal paste when putting in a new CPU.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. Be sure to apply new thermal paste if you are using a new CPU.

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