Dell Laptop Replacement Parts Needed. Step 16 Unscrew the palmrest screws 4 x M2 x 3mm. Only 10 left in stock – order soon. I installed the latest drivers and it still doesn’t work so I’m assuming it could be hardware. Let us know what these suggestion yield.

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It’s as if the computer doesn’t recognize I even have one. Step 15 Lift the display assembly away from the laptop base.

Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Jan 31, Messages: Step 4 Remove the hard drive screws and lift the hard drive out of the laptop 4 x M2. I just don’t stusio if its a hardware issue or a driver issue. Hopefully we will still be able to solve this for you.

ZuggelFeb 24, Do you already have an account? By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. Advertisements or commercial links. Loosen the antenna cables from the routing on the bottom of the laptop.


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Step 12 Unplug the keyboard cable. Feb 23, Messages: Follow us on Twitter.

August 1, Other quick keys aren’t there either. My Dell kouse has an touch pad made by Alps. You are posting a reply to: Step 6 Remove the screw under the battery 1 x M2.

Unplug the 3 display cables and loosen them from the routing channels on the palm rest. Unscrew the base screws 9 x M2. Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by twofivedesignsFeb 23, No, create an account now.

November 7, 1: Step 10 Remove the keyboard screws 4 x M2 x 3mm.

Dell Studio 17 (/) Palmrest Touchpad Removal and Installation

This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Dell repair manual service precautions. Anyone have any ideas what the issue could be? Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: Video tutorial repair manual. Yes, my password is: One is for the Dell Touchpad Program which I installed and also install the latest drivers aswell.


This isn’t actually a new issue but I’ve just used an external USB mouse since it occurred.

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