I’ve posted these comments on their associated steps, but it doesn’t hurt to repeat them here: There are 3 screws on the bottom of the laptop holding certain parts in place (keyboard & optical drive). These will need to be removed before doing anything else in this guide, so it’s best to just remove all 11 screws (yes, there are 11, not 10 as stated) from the bottom of the laptop. After removing the optical drive, there will be 2 more screws to remove. The screw underneath the keyboard holds the fan assembly in place, not the optical drive, as they are on opposite sides of the laptop.
There are actually 11 of these screws (there are 3 on the right side of the picture, not just 2). Also, there are 2 smaller, flatter screws underneath the optical drive on the left that will need to be removed as well.
Before removing the optical drive you will need to remove one of the screws on the bottom of the laptop. Assuming you’ve gotten this far, you probably already did that in order to remove the keyboard. If not, then you should just remove all screws from the bottom of the laptop.
This doesn’t disconnect the optical drive, as that’s located on the other side of the laptop. It disconnects the fan assembly.
There are actually 2 screws on the bottom of the laptop that secure the keyboard. Removing all screws from the bottom of the laptop is still the best thing to do before beginning.
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