Samsung ATIV Book 9 LiteSamsung Laptop

Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite disassembly

There are ten screws at the bottom of the Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite notebook. We need to unscrew them first.

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A photo of the removed screws

A photo of the back of the removed panel

After removing the back cover, you can see the entire motherboard.

Unscrew the screws securing the battery, and then you can remove the battery.

The Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite’s internal circuit board is mainly made up of two parts. The one is the motherboard, and the other is the small circuit board on the left, they are connected with a cable, on which you can see the words of “Sub” and “Main”, so you won’t connect them wrongly.

Unplug the cable. You can see a 128GB mSATA interface SSD.

Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite internal design is very simple, after removing the battery and the cable, you can start to remove the motherboard.

This laptop wireless card is directly welded to the motherboard, which is to make the body thinner and lighter.

This laptop integration level is very high. A chip integrates the CPU, GPU and chipset to simplify the motherboard design, in addition, its CPU uses BGA packaging and is equipped with the super thin cooling system which is with the special process to reduce the thickness of the notebook.

The laptop has no memory slot. The motherboard is welded with 8 4GB DDR3-1333 memory cards.

A photo of the back of the motherboard

The USB board

A photo of the removed parts

For more guides, check out the Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite device page.

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  1. Thanks for this detailed disassembly guide. I have run into an issue with my book 9 lite and can not remove the back cover to troubleshoot the issue. One really stubborn screw is refusing to budge…So came across this guide and noticed that the HeatSink on this model (going by the pictures here) appears to be welded down to the board and looks like it can not be unscrewed/removed?

    My machine is running very hot and the temps seem way off than what i would consider acceptable (52c at idle)
    I considered applying some thermal paste to cpu but i now think this may not be possible if the heatsink is Non-removable…Could anyone confirm if this is the case?

    1. i don’t know what version my Samsung Ativ bt the Ativ in the picture is from mine.mine is a version the came before.its battery is external one.

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