Cracking Open the Apple MacBook Air (2011 11-inch): Removing the cooling fan screws
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25Q064A I do not know what bios this firm, there is no right of Winbond? I ask you to use a flash bios rom to read this? thank's
the description for a picture as Broadcom BCM5976A0KUB2G (etc) would be much Better listed as Broadcom BCM5976A0KUB2G Broadcom's Touch Pad Controller, etc just giving part numbers does not help when people are reading to get to know the inside of the machine
This is lame. Dismantling a newly purchased laptop and have it cannibalized just to see what is inside the laptop. - Randall Alifano
It would be a pain if you want to change your SSD with all those screws. -Online Reputation Management