HP says the desktop-replacement xe will be on the market for a year or more and will then morph into a similar notebook. Not quite top-shelf At 1. With its midsized power adapter, a road-ready xe weighs in at just less than 8 pounds. With a 1.
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Removal Procedure 1. Unplug the AC adapter, if present, and remove the battery. Remove all three retaining Install all three screws lightly. Fully tighten the screws in the order marked on the heatsink. Turn the Use a sharp knife or scraper to carefully remove the old thermal pad from the heat sink, then attach the new thermal pad.
Download the service package for the Omnibook XE Damage to cables or connectors can degrade performance. Do not remove the mini-PCI card at this time. Remove the four screws that attach the motherboard to the bottom case. From the back of the notebook, remove the six standoffs two each from the Plug in an AC adapter. Insert the Service Utilities floppy disk Note: After Replacing the Motherboard If present, insert the modem port cover into the modem port opening.
Afterwards, you must use the Service Utility floppy disk to store the system Transfer the plastic wireless panel, and if present, the docking port cover from the old bottom case to the new bottom case. Install a new Microsoft Product ID label.
Transfer the old serial number label and install a new overlay, or create a new serial number label using the steps below. Caution Handle the connector ends of the antennas carefully. Failure to do so could degrade notebook performance. Handle the antenna routing metal tabs in the bottom case carefully. These tabs can be easily broken. Carefully remove both antennas from the old bottom case.
Route both antenna cables through the new bottom case as shown
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