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HP Pavilion 23 q119 All In One Desktop Disassembly In Edmonton

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HP Pavilion 23 q119 All In One Desktop Disassembly In Edmonton

HP Pavilion 23 q119 All In One Desktop Disassembly In Edmonton:

In HP Pavilion 23 q119 It’s not difficult to locate the BIOS chip. It’s usually found on the bottom-right side of the board, below the CPU socket, or near the CMOS battery. The chip is nearly often identified by the manufacturer with a sticker or dot to make identification easy.

At the start of the HP welcome screen, you press the F11 key. If pressing the F11 key does not bring up a recovery menu, you’ll need to order a set of recovery CDs for your Pavilion 23 AIO model.

The HP Pavilion comes with 4 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and an HDMI output.

Although it comes with Windows 8, if you want to upgrade to Windows 8, this system does not give you a fantastic chance to explore Microsoft’s new touch interface.

Disassemble the HP Pavilion 23 q119:

How to disassemble HP Pavilion 23 q119 All In One:

When opening the HP Pro All-in-One, always follow the instructions in the sequence listed below to avoid injury and equipment damage.

  • Remove all media from the computer (CDs, DVDs, etc.).
  • Turn off the computer.
  • Disconnect the power adapter from the back of the HP Pro All-in-One after the system has completely turned down.
  • Disconnect all other connected cords from the computer’s back.
  • Place the computer on a soft, flat surface, face down. To protect the screen surface from scratches or other damage, HP suggests laying down a blanket, towel, or other soft fabric.
  • To gain access to internal components, remove the one main back cover.
  • To remove the back cover, follow these steps:
  • Prepare the computer for disassembly by following the steps below (see Preparing to Disassemble the Computer).
  • Loosen the two captive Phillips screws that secure the VESA cover to the PC after opening it.
  • Lift the cover off the computer
  • To replace the rear cover, reverse the removal procedures.
  • The stand is held together by eight screws.
  • To take down the stand, follow these steps:
  • Prepare the computer for disassembly by following the steps below (see Preparing to Disassemble the Computer).
  • Take off the back cover (see Rear Cover).
  • Position the computer with the front-facing down and the stand not touching the surface to prevent the stand from binding the screws.
  • Remove the 8 Phillips screws that hold the stand to the computer (4 on each side).
  • Lift the standoff the computer by pulling it down slightly.
  • To remove the memory cover, follow these steps:
  • Prepare the computer for disassembly by following the steps below (see Preparing to Disassemble the Computer).
  • Take off the back cover (see Rear Cover).
  • Remove the memory cover from the computer by lifting it straight up.
  • To gain access to the following, remove the memory cover:
    (1) RTC battery  (2) Memory modules (3)CMOS jumper/header
  • To access the memory modules, you must first remove the memory cover. There are two memory slots on the PC.
  • Small outline dual inline memory modules with double data rate 3 synchronous dynamic random access memory (DDR3-SDRAM) are included with the computer (SODIMMs).
  • Up to two industry-standard SODIMMs can be inserted into the memory sockets on the system board. At least one SODIMM is preinstalled in each of these memory sockets. You can use up to 8 GB of RAM on the system board to achieve maximum memory support.
  • Prepare the computer for disassembly before removing the optical drive (see Preparing to Disassemble the Computer).
    Take off the back cover (see Rear Cover).
  • Disconnect the drive from the computer by loosening the Phillips screw (1).
  • Push the drive out of the bay with a screwdriver into the slot next to the drive bracket (2), then slide the drive out of the computer (3).
  • The hard drive is positioned on the computer’s left side (viewed from behind). The drive is enclosed in a detachable cage and is secured with one captive screw.
  • Grasp the handle on the top of the hard drive cage and slide the cage toward the computer’s outer edge, then lift the cage out.
  • The converter board is positioned on the computer’s left side. It features two connectors and is secured with two screws.
  • Depending on the display panel manufacturer, the backlight cable is different.
  • The converter board is the same for all display panels. Depending on the vendor who made the display panel, you must properly set the jumper on the converter board.
  • The Torx screw that holds the board to the computer should be removed.
  • The webcam module is positioned on the computer’s top. It is enclosed in a bracket and has one connector. One screw secures the unit to the computer. Two screws hold the module to the mounting.
  • The computer’s speakers are situated at the bottom. Two screws hold two independent speakers together. A cable connects the speakers, and one cable connects the speakers to the system board connector.
  • The system board is shielded by the system board cover. It is held in place by four screws.
    The WLAN module is held in place by two screws and has one antenna linked to it.
  • The TV tuner module is held in place by two screws and has one antenna linked to it.
  • A heat sink for the CPU and a heat sink for the discrete graphics card (select versions) are included in the computer . 4 captive screws and 1 non-captive screw secure each heat sink. Before you can remove the graphics heat sink, you must first remove the CPU heat sink.
  • On the upper left of the system board, the graphics card is housed in its heat sink. The processor heat sink must be removed first, followed by the graphics card heat sink.
  • The computer’s fan is positioned in the center. Three screws hold it in place.
  • The computer’s square, metal cable cover is positioned in the middle, near the bottom. It is held in place by four screws.
  • The optical drive and hard drive connectors feature two cables that connect to the system board and are fastened with two screws. Underneath the square cover is the cables.
  • Two screws hold the cable connector in place. It’s immediately above the speakers, near the bottom of the system board.
  • Nine screws hold the system board in place.
  • Remove the 9 Torx screws that hold the system board to the computer (circled in the image).
  • Near the top of the system board is the display cable.
  • The front bezel is found on the computer’s front panel. The front bezel can be removed without disassembling most internal components. The display screen stays attached after removing the main computer equipment from the bezel. This process shows how to remove the front bezel and display panel while keeping as much of the computer as possible intact.
See Disassemble HP Pavilion 23 q119 All In One Desktop by our expert in the Video tutorial.

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4 Steps to Disassemble Desktop HP Pavilion in Edmonton

Step1: Remove the 8 Phillips screws that hold the stand to the computer (4 on each side).
Lift the standoff the computer by pulling it down slightly.
HP Pavilion 23 q119
Step2: Take off the back cover.
HP Pavilion 23 q119
Step3: Remove the 4 Phillips screw to remove the memory cover from the computer, then lift it straight up.
HP Pavilion 23 q119
Step4: Disconnect the drive from the computer by loosening the Phillips screw. Push the drive out of the bay with a screwdriver into the slot next to the drive bracket, then slide the drive out of the computer.

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