In this post, I will show you how to disassemble Asus G750jz to remove and replace the keyboard, optical drive, hard drive, RAM, SSD, palm rest, wireless card, cooling fan, bottom case, and motherboard. Refer to this guide. You can upgrade and repair your Asus G750jz.
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Unlock and remove the battery.
The Asus G750jz features a 15v, 5900mah big capacity Li-ion battery, Asus model: A42-G750.
Remove the service cover.
Under the cover, you can access the RAM, hard drive, and SSD.
Separate the clips.
Remove the RAM.
The Asus G750jz comes with two Samsung 4GB DDR3L-1600MHz RAMs.
The Asus G750jz features two SanDisk 256GB M.2 NGFF SSD.
HGST 750GB 7200RPM hard drive
In the next step, we will remove the optical drive.
Remove one screw securing the optical drive.
Pull out the optical drive.
Asus G750Jz features a Panasonic UJ-260 Slim Internal Blu-Ray Burner.
Remove all screws securing the speakers and disconnect the cable. You can remove the speaker modules.
Turn over the laptop. Pry up and remove the palm rest and keyboard.
On the back of the palm rest, you can access the keyboard and touchpad.
If necessary, you can remove and replace the keyboard now.
When the palm rest removed, you can get access to the cooling fan, RAM, audio board, wireless card, and motherboard.
Remove two RAMs.
The laptop comes with four Samsung 4GB DDR3L-1600MHz RAMs.
Remove two screws securing the wireless card and unplug two antenna cables. You can remove the wireless card.
Remove three screws securing the left LCD hinge.
Remove three screws securing the right LCD hinge.
Remove the LED screen assembly.
Audio jack module
Power switching module
Here’re the heat sink and cooling fan.