In this guide I will disassemble an Asus S56C laptop.
I’m taking it apart in order to access and remove failed iSSD module which is hidden under the bottom cover.
Problem description: My customer complained that his Asus S56C laptop with Windows 8 Pro OS on it started booting very slow. Reinstalling the operating system didn’t fix the issue. When resuming from sleep mode it was crashing with the following error: Power Driver State Failure.
In the following guide I show how to disassemble a Dell Inspiron 14z-N411z laptop.
You can use this guide for the following procedures:
- Accessing and removing laptop hard drive, RAM (memory) modules, optical drive.
- Disconnecting and removing/replacing laptop keyboard.
- Accessing trackpad and power button board.
- Removing or cleaning cooling fan.