We disassemble the Toshiba Satellite A105 laptop
This article is not a guide to action! All responsibility for collecting and disassembling your device lies with you.
Many manufacturers do not have warranty obligations if the device was disassembled by the user. If you do not want to lose the warranty on your device, check the warranty conditions in the documentation or from the device manufacturer.
Disassemble the laptop by removing the battery. Then remove the keyboard. Using a small flathead screwdriver, carefully lift the front panel of the keyboard.
Remove the front panel of the keyboard.
Remove the two screws that secure the keyboard.
Gently lift the keyboard. The keyboard is connected to the motherboard using a cable. Before you pull out the loop, you must unlock the loop connector.
Gently using your nails, move the white tab of the connector about 2–3 millimeters up, as shown. Disconnect the cable from the connector and remove the keyboard.
Remove the memory module cover. Remove the cover from the hard drive bay. Remove the cap.
Remove both memory modules from the laptop.
To disconnect the hard drive from the motherboard, you need to pull it to the left. After disconnecting, remove the hard drive from the laptop case.
Remove the screw that secures the DVD drive. Slide the DVD drive out of the notebook with a small screwdriver. Remove the DVD drive.
Remove all screws located on the bottom of the laptop.
Remove the screw that secures the top cover. Disconnect the three cables indicated by the yellow arrows.
Now you can begin the process of removing the top cover from the laptop case.
Continue the procedure for removing the top cover.
Remove the top cover.
Laptop with top cover removed. Remove the adhesive tape that is used to secure the cables.
Disconnect the three cables indicated by the red arrows. Disconnect the three antenna cables (indicated by yellow arrows) from the wireless card. Remove one screw from the fan.
Disconnect the two cables. Disconnect the power harness connector from the chassis.
Disconnect the two cables indicated by the red arrows. Disconnect the cable from the connector indicated by the yellow arrow. Remove the screw that secures the motherboard.
To remove the motherboard, start on the right side, as shown in the figure.
Lift and completely remove the motherboard from the chassis.
Laptop with a removed motherboard.
Remove the two screws that secure the wireless card. Remove the wireless card (if not already removed).
Note. The battery of the real-time clock and CMOS memory is soldered to the motherboard.
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Disconnect and set aside the DC power harness. Disconnect the cooling fan from the motherboard. Remove the two screws that secure the radiator.
Remove the cooling module.
Turn the lock screw on the CPU socket to the Open position. Remove the central processor. Assemble in the reverse order.
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Thank you for stopping by! 🙂
Pavel, tell me please, did they disassemble the Toshiba A350-200? Does it have a switch on the board or something similar to switch the type of LED matrix or lamp? I can’t understand why the new matrix does not start. The old tube is normal, but Led does not want to.
Very useful! Thanks to the author!
Cyril, thank you. come again 🙂
Klassssssssssssssss)))))))))))))) BOOOOOOOOOOOOh thanks a lot.
Now Mona replace percent,
and the connector for vidyuhi where, even did not understand?
In this instance of the integrated graphics and external vidyuhi no.
Thank you very much. Pts needed.
Canopy Q-Canopy Q-Canopy Q. L300-14x is identical in disassembly sequence. (V)
Thank you very much, very good article, Good luck!
0riens, thank you for stopping by 🙂
Wonderful article! Thanks a lot!
Vladimir, thank you for stopping by) Good luck!
Very rescued, MEGARESPECT. To give you a Lexus.
Please answer the question. in a TOSHIBA laptop, there are three covers at the back (memory, six-way drives. So there is WHERE a stub, there is an empty place. please tell me what is it for? can I stick another hard drive there? Thank you for the article.
Basil, always please 🙂
Anton, take a picture, if not difficult 🙂
Something the fan does not turn on at all, the toshiba satellite A300-216 / laptop
We cleaned it in the workshop 3 months ago, it worked fine. And now he’s dead. Is it possible
to check it somehow? What could happen? Thanks.
Nikolay, theoretically, it could burn 🙂 You need to do the simplest test, disassemble the laptop and use the tester and see if there is voltage on the fan connector.
Please tell me how much the video card costs on the A300D-126, and is it possible for me to change it myself?
Thank you very much for your projects, a lot of useful and informative. In particular, about independent dismantling of laptops. I xs in general, that it was necessary to remove, so as not to break anything.
MERSI. MERSI. MERSI AVTORU.. razobral i sobral. zarabotala
Hello, can you tell me why from the side of the BLANK plug (in the lower left corner (view from the keyboard side)) the laptop is very hot?
Loops from the front panel, those highlighted YELLOW, how best to disconnect?
They are very fragile!
Maybe there is some trick!
Thanks in advance.
Victor, Valery, NIKOLAY, thanks guys!
Passerby, so did the heat dissipation system)
Eugene, carefully 🙂 There are connectors with a lock. then you need to open the latch on the connector and after that the cable comes out without any effort, there are connectors without a lock. then, swaying the cable, pull it out of the connector. All 🙂
Tell me where in the last photo, video card)
A few months ago, following a similar instruction, I cleaned my Acer aspire 5742’s son,
and here I was looking for Toshiba on my laptop And I found, again THANKS.
But here is the problem with one, I can’t remove the front panel of the keyboard (second photo),
already broke the latch on the right, but it doesn’t go any further, I’m afraid to break it off.
And do not tell me how to disassemble the Toshiba Satellite A300D keyboard to the tracks. I removed the keyboard, the keys, too, but so far I can’t remove the different thin slats and decorative rectangles and, in addition, the film in many places seems to be glued.
Sasha! The keyboard is not collapsible! It is glued on all sides.
The reverse will be to collect it. it is practically not realistic if there was no experience in parsing such things.
If you want to wash, then in the bucket there are two caps for flooring and drown Claudia there for two or three days.
Then rinse in clean water and exist under some kind of fan for another two or three days. the procedure is not childish and not quick.
And does anyone know if it is possible to put a second screw on a 350 d and what if it is possible. And add memory to vidyahu.
Thank you very much. Very helpful
Enormous mercy to you, well, the information helped a lot. I’m happy as an elephant, and not because I saved money for the workshop, but because I found out for myself and the office equipment I can do preventive maintenance (I warmed up very much, after removing the cooler, I took out a tuft of wool from the cavity, wound it onto a SCREW)
Tell me please, I want to change the process for satellite Toshiba satellite a300d-156.
4 nuclear which can be put and is it possible?
For 300d, the decorative socket above the keyboard is screwed. First, unscrew under the battery! Otherwise, it may not end in anything good (in my case, I broke it, then I saw it :)) Anyway, it’s more convenient to unscrew everything from the bottom first, and then dismantle it from above. Thank you for the article.
Sergey in 06/29/2013. 18: 59- Absolutely right. Thanks.
Attention everyone, I’m specifically a Satelite A300-1BH, the decorative panel of the keyboard is screwed on the battery side with three bolts with a wide white hat, you unscrew it and the foam is removed even without a screwdriver, otherwise you break it.
I almost broke it thanks to the article, but I saw that it wasn’t coming, but the laptop was not warming up for the time being and I left alone until Sergey broke his own, and thank you, he wrote to us.
Thanks again Seryoga.
In article A305, for A300 and 300D, the decorative panel of the keyboard is screwed on the battery side with three bolts with a wide white hat!
Tell me, please. And in the A305 you can throw a second hard drive? the place seems to be under it. If possible, then how?
Thank you so much)) Very handy)))
Thanks a lot! The right article!
Please tell me where to dig: the laptop from the network works with the battery pulled out, it also works from the battery. But with the battery inserted and the power supply turned on, no indicator lights up and does not turn on accordingly?
Kira Kirakozova, thank you, come again 🙂
Dmitry, the chip is next to the CPU.
Pavel, thanks for the information on fixing the decorative panel!
Pavel, the second screw is easy. Anyone with a sata interface. You can, in principle, stick a third through the adapter into the DVD drive bay. Memos for vidyahi will not work.
saracyn, thank you for stopping by. Good luck
Eugene Eisenbraun in this model, the processor as you can see is replaceable, you can change it without any problems. See the main thing that the TDP is the same as the one you have installed or below http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Core_2 and see if the bios holds this percent.
Kira Kirakozova thank you, come again 🙂
Sergey will assume that in the charging system. it’s better to take it to the service.
We purchased a Toshiba Satellite A300 laptop in 2008. All this time he worked intensively and reliably (respect to the company!).
But somewhere about six months ago, I first asked for a password. He took it to the master, he removed the memory bar with me, closed a screwdriver for a couple of seconds on the motherboard with a screwdriver for two contacts (such triangles are located next to each other and looking with the tip in different directions), set the bar back, turned it on. everything was restored and worked as before. The same thing happened today. I requested a password. They removed the battery, removed the memory bar, closed the same contacts, though it turned out 2, maybe 3 times in a row. They put everything in place, turned it on. it does not load at all, the indicator lights up for 2 seconds and immediately turns off. What could be the reason ? They did everything very carefully, in the sense that when they closed it, there was no touch soldering to the other contacts. Perhaps, as a result, the battery, which is already the sixth year, is completely discharged? By the way, can it be replaced simply by removing and inserting a new one or is it firmly soldered to the motherboard and you need to unsolder the old one and solder the new one? Or the reason is not the battery?
Thank you in advance.
Peter, try the steps like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbXW6-PngZk
It’s easy to change the BIOS battery, but you need a soldering iron 🙂
It may be the reason, especially if before something like this was.
Tell me, is it possible to modify the Toshiba Satellite A300D (except for RAM)?
Vika, you can change the processor, put another disk, you can add a disk to the DVD bay, you can replace WiFi with any pci adapter)
Hello! And what work does the isl6237 irz chip do?
The author, after removing the battery, in order to remove the bar above the keyboard, you need to unscrew the three large screws under the battery. Add this to the guide, otherwise someone can, like me, snatch one of them before they understand what’s the matter
Thank you Roman. Helped a lot with disassembly. There is one question (if you can) After reinstalling the Windows, I started installing the drivers on wi-fi and bluetooth, then I turned off the laptop (TOSHIBA), then I turn it on again, and it cuts itself off after 3 seconds. What could be? He carried it in for repair, but they tell me the motherboard flew. Perhaps this.
I disassembled the laptop according to the article, thank you very much. But only when turned on for a second, all the lights turn on and off, the laptop does not turn on, what could be the matter? I beg you to help
Hello, can I ask a question? I have a Toshiba Sattelite C50D-A-133 and it turns on but the screen does not light. The propeller is working, the power button is on. Yesterday I switched off (I thought that the akamulyator had sat down) and put it on charge. But the computer still does not light up even though it works. What could it be? And what to do?
I’m afraid to disassemble the computer myself 🙁
Thanks a lot to the author
A good article with quite clear photos for disassembly. Thanks to the author.
Good article. Respect to the author.
Thank you very much! Very useful!
It was very useful to us, I liked it, although there are differences in the boards, but this is already insignificant.
Hello to the authors!
Laptop “Toshiba Satellite A305D.209”. 2009 edition The company has installed the Wlan Adapter: “Atheros AR5009 802.11a / g / n Wireless Network Adapter”.
I can’t find its technical data, but I read on the internet that “n” means a connection speed of up to 300Mbit / s. When connected to a router at a connection speed with the provider 120Mbit / s, the program determines the speed of only 40Mbit / s. With the ASUS laptop, the connection speed is excellent over 120Mbit / s. When I enter the Adaptera WLAN PROPERTIES in BOTH LAPTOPs, I see the same speed of the Wlan Adapter 56Mbit / s., But in ASUS the speed is more than 120Mbit / s, and in Toshiba about 40Mbit / s.
Through USB 2.0, I connected a USB Stick WLAN 300Mbit / s and a USB LAN Adapter 10/100 / 1000Mbit / s. speed also remained within 40Mbit / s.
What is the reason?
Sincerely. Thanks in advance.