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Question Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide ( Notebook Forums and Laptop Discussion Asus )
Updated: 2008-12-15 12:25:20 (9)
Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

This disassembly guide is for the Asus G50V series notebook.

NOTE: Remember to unplug your power cord, remove your battery and ground yourself before attempting to disassemble anything. I am not responsible for any damages you do to your notebook. This guide is from Asus and simply for references only. Please also note that replacing your CPU and/or GPU will automatically void all manufacture warranties. USE WITH CAUTION!
































Answers: Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide ( Notebook Forums and Laptop Discussion Asus )
Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

Nice find dude, I would rep you, but apparently I've repped you recently

simonfzhao

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

Looks nice, but not easy Have fun!
@simon: hows you new laptop in comparison?

simonov

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

Quote:
Originally Posted by simonov
Looks nice, but not easy Have fun!
@simon: hows you new laptop in comparison?
It's a great improvement, alot the games are playing at higher res and quality at extremely playable frame rates I'm really happy with it, except for few bugs like my eSata not working, and my second hard drive dissappearing :S

simonfzhao

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

Added to Info Booth. Thanks!

E.B.E.

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

Gads! And to think I went to all the trouble to call Asus! They gave me a lot of hullaballo just to have them send me this same file! Sometimes I wonder if those inside the company walls even look at these forums.

Oh well. I'm just glad to see it's here.

Warm Regards,
Firefishe

Firefishe

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

if i wanted to permanently "turn off" the light bar and logo led's, would it cause any issues to simply unplug them from the led inverter board and leave them unplugged? would there be any load issues or anything (e.g. not enough resistance because of the decreased load, etc)? Also, would I need to insulate or otherwise secure the disconnected cables/inputs?

thanks.

an7m0

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

nice find! now I want one more. Look like the GPU is practically made for upgrading. an7mO I dont have 100% certain answer about unpluggin led's causing problem, but I'd say I would do it to mine and not worry about it. You wouldnt need to insulate where wires connect to, but you might need to insulate and secure (tape down or something) the ends going to the leds that you unplugged-IF they are exposed. if they are sleeved etc (like MB header connectors, then no need. Wouldnt want them to touch something else and short it etc. yeah I hate those leds. I dont even like the idea of them being there, even if they are unplugged lol. I hate the orange too, and the gay federation of nerdly gamers logos too. other than that, I love it lol.

el_touristo_duo

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

For the housing itself, are the orange trims connected to the black plastics in some way? Or is it just one piece of plastic with different paint?

Hahutzy

Asus G50 Notebook Disassembly Guide

The GPU is replaceable, but only with Asus's proprietary 9700M GT or 9800M GS GPU.

I think the orange trim is just painted over with.

David

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