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    Arrow How to dismantle / take apart Toshiba notebooks. Guide with pictures.

    Hi all,
    I know how hard it is to find a good guide with pictures about laptop disassemble, so I decided to create it myself. If you want to dismantle, repair, upgrade or clean you laptop, my guides might be useful for you.
    I already created teardown guides with pictures for the following models:
    Toshiba Satellite 1415
    Toshiba Satellite 1800
    Toshiba Satellite 1805
    Toshiba Satellite 2435
    Toshiba Satellite M35X
    Toshiba Satellite A60/A65
    Toshiba Satellite A70/A75
    Toshiba Satellite P25
    Toshiba Tecra A1
    Toshiba Tecra TE2100
    Toshiba Tecra 9100
    Toshiba Portege 4010
    Toshiba Tecra S1

    I plan to continue creating new disassembly guides. Stay tuned.
    I hope this information is useful for you.

    How to Take Apart Toshiba Laptop
    Last edited by cj2600; January 30th, 2006 at 12:06 AM.

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    You have joined this community, and are always welcome. We work towards the enrichment and support of the people that come here. With the numbers of ADs on the page, it would look, to first blush, that you were trying to drive traffic to the page, since you posted it to no specific question. If this is not the case, then I apologize, and would recommend in the future to post this to one of our "Helpful Links" stickied at the top of the forums, where one of the mods would most likely add it into the list.
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    A better way of starting out on a new forum would be to put your 'seeker' information in your Signature.

    Your discriptions are well made and the pictures are excellent. The thumbnail link to larger images is well done. The P25 page makes me not want to tear one down.
    It would be a shame if people needing this information could not find it.

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    Hey guys, if you don't like my post take it out.
    Admin, can you erase this thread please?

    Just in case, I'll put here what people in other forums say about my guides:

    Thank you very much cj2600 I was looking for ages for this information (Toshiba PDF) but after you work, the search is over....

    Many thanks, cj2600! Now I was able to clean up all the vents and the CPU heatsink of my A65.
    Keep the good work.

    cj2600 - Great work on the teradown guides! I now see I have come at my Satellite 1415 totally from the wrong direction...literally. Thanks man.

    Awesome cj2600, thanks for doing the P25!!!!!!

    the site is really gettin' along well... hope you have one for my notebook!

    Yo, that is some nice work. I've spent my fair share of hours disassembling who knows how many laptops, pain in the a** (I'm very clumsy with screws). You sir, are a humanitarian.

    very veyr veyr very nice!!

    now create for more brands! woot woot!



    I have hundreds more.

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    Noone has a problem with your site, but if you want to join the forum say hello first before you start advertising for free
    And Leoslocks gave you a very good advise on how you could still announce your site, for free and get much more favorable response, by saying hello

    BTW what you posted in your last post, looks like Dell comercial

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    Well personally i don't see a problem, well done site. Hes not exactly selling the info and if he wanted to share the info and had no other reason to join than that then whats the problem?
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    Toshiba Tecra 9100

    Toshiba Tecra 9100 guide is ready.
    Itís here: http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptop...ecra9100_1.htm
    I like this unit, very easy to work on.

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    great guides, i work on laptops a lot and at times they can be quite annoying to open.

    thanks

    NOT SPAM the ads arent bad at all
    Check out my webpage: DDgeek

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    I got access to Toshiba's pdfs. Without adds..
    Looking intelligent takes more than looking coool.

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    It's not Spam, it's passing on info.

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    so thats what those emails were all about

    silly me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponch
    I got access to Toshiba's pdfs. Without adds..
    PDF files are much more convienient to use. The pictures are quite nice for illustrations of obscure screws and compartments. Using a guitar pick as a pry tool is brilliant.

    Danceman posted a link to a site for all kinds of laptop pdf's.

    Here

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    i dont see it as spam and would defo use it if u had to take a toshiba laptop apart, good work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leoslocks
    PDF files are much more convienient to use. The pictures are quite nice for illustrations of obscure screws and compartments. Using a guitar pick as a pry tool is brilliant.

    Danceman posted a link to a site for all kinds of laptop pdf's.

    Here
    Yep and no one called "spam" on Danceman did they. So what's the difference other than this being the guys first post. BTW I see more banner ad sapce on the site linked by Danceman than on the one made by cj2600 (not that either is really bad, actually they are both very acceptable and non-intrusive with advertising content in my humble opinion).

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    Minor defense here, and then I'll stay outta this.

    To me, SPAM is some sort of unrequested information from an unknown source. Information freely given is not always SPAM, but together with an unknown source, makes me instantly suspicious.

    The quality of said information is not at issue, just the motivation, and with no post history, I have no idea of the motivation.

    Just my 2 cents.
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