The keyboard cable connector is located above the touch pad. Before you pull the cable and remove the keyboard you have to unlock the connector. I think the disassembly steps will be very similar for Compaq Presario F500 and HP G6000 notebook PC. I just tested a Compaq Presario F700 (running Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit OS) with two 2GB modules. After I installed two 2GB modules the laptop started properly. Remove all screws securing the top cover assembly from the bottom of the notebook.If this guide works for your notebook, please mention the model name in the comments below. Lift up the right side of the hard drive by the plastic tab to disconnect it from the motherboard. In system properties I can see 3.19GB total RAM reported. I think that 3.19GB is only limitation of a 32-bit OS. Do not forget three (green) screws in the CD/DVD drive bay.*Systems that support Connected Standby with Bluetooth enabled controllers must ship with Microsoft's inbox Bluetooth stack and support the MSFT Defined HCI extensions support for hardware offload of advertisement and RSSI monitoring (see System. The radio can be completely powered off if a bus-supported method is available to turn the radio back on. Resolution requirement for full requirement details. Description The following Pen device level requirement must be met and verified upon integration into a system. Terms: If-Implemented Description Wi-Fi device firmware has been known to hang and / or get in a stuck state. The details of the specifications will be shared at a later date. Description When turning the radio off, Bluetooth enabled controllers shall be powered down to its lowest supported power state and no transmission/reception shall take place. Description The following Precision Touchpad device level requirement must be met and verified upon integration into a system. Microsoft highly recommend WLAN hardware module to support at least 802.11ac 2x2 configuration/design.Bluetooth Radio Management shall only be enabled for internal Bluetooth 4.0 enabled controllers. This will ensure that user will see a minimal disruption in service by ensuring that the Wi-FI device stack recovers and resumes connectivity to the network without the system needing a reboot.
When a system board fails, you may experience the following most common problems with your laptop. Most likely this is related to the VGA chip failure. The laptop turns on without video on the screen and the power LED starts flashing. The laptop works fine with AC power adapter but will not charge a known good battery.
Computer users frequently encounter CMOS Checksum Bad Error for many reasons.
This error may be frustrating, but the good part is that it can be solved easily.
In this particular guide I’m taking apart a Presario F730US notebook. Remove three screws securing the memory cover and two screws securing the hard drive cover. Most likely if you install a 64-bit OS, you can use all 4GB. Disconnect both antenna cables from the wireless card. In the next guide I will explain how to access and remove the LCD screen with inverter board. Remove four screws securing the top cover assembly. Remove two hex studs located close to the memory slots. These cables connect the motherboard to the USB/Power connector board. As you see on the picture below, the audio board and USB/power connector board are secured to the base assembly. Now you can access and replace the cooling fan if you have to.
Before you start, turn off the laptop, unplug the power adapter and remove the battery. Were you able to upgrade your Presario F700 to 4GB? Remove two screws securing the wireless card in the top left and right corners. Remove all marked screws from the bottom of the notebook. Start lifting up the switch cover as it shown on the picture below. By the way, the RTC (CMOS) battery can be accessed when you remove the memory cover. Start separating the top cover assembly from the bottom assembly. In other Compaq/HP models there could be more then one screw securing the motherboard. Lift up the right side of the motherboard as it shown on the picture below. You can access and replace the processor if you remove the heat sink.