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Modifications apportées à l'étape #3

Modifié par Amos Hine

Modification approuvée par Amos Hine

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-[* red] Flip the netbook over and extract the eight screws that secure the keyboard bezel in place with a PH1 screwdriver.
+[* red] Flip the netbook over and remove with a PH1 screwdriver the eight 5.9mm screws that secure the keyboard bezel in place.
[* icon_note] Only remove the black screws with "M2.5x6" markings next to them. All others are unnecessary.
-[* icon_caution] Taking the keyboard bezel off without removing the hard drive may be possible, but possible risk of breaking several tabs located on the backside of the top cover may occur.
-[* black] Using the flat end of the spudger or pry stick, extrude the keyboard bezel away from the base by wedging the tool between the base and keyboard bezel and run the tool along the side until the cover pops out.
- [* icon_caution] Don't pull the front of the keyboard up very far. There is a small, potentially fragile ribbon cable on the back of the touchpad that shouldn't be stressed.
-[* black] Next, carefully flip the keyboard bezel in front of the netbook to dislocate the touch-pad ribbon cable from the motherboard.
+[* icon_caution] Taking the keyboard bezel off without removing the hard drive may be possible, but there is a risk of breaking several tabs on the keyboard bezel located between the hard drive and the frame of the computer.
+[* black] Using the flat end of the spudger or pry stick, pry the keyboard bezel away from the base by wedging the tool between the base and keyboard bezel and run the tool along the side until the cover is fully released.
+ [* icon_caution] Don't pull the front of the keyboard up very far. There is a small, potentially fragile ribbon cable on the back of the touchpad that is attached to the system board.
+[* black] Carefully flip the keyboard bezel over (toward you) to reveal the touch-pad ribbon cable.