How to Replace the Motherboard | HP Desktop Pro, Pro A G2, and 190-0000 PC

How to Replace the Motherboard | HP Desktop Pro, Pro A G2, and 190-0000 PC

Before you begin: Remove the side panel, the optical drive, if installed, the front bezel, the wireless LAN module, the expansion cards, if installed, the hard disk drive. Note: You don’t need to remove the hard disk drive from the drive cage, the fan duct, the fan and heat sink assembly, and the CPU. Removal…

How to Replace the Motherboard | HP EliteDesk 800 G4, G3, and ProDesk 600 G4

How to Replace the Motherboard | HP EliteDesk 800 G4, G3, and ProDesk 600 G4

Before you begin: Remove the access panel, 2.5-inch storage drive, storage drive cage. wireless LAN module, M.2 solid state drive, option board, fan, heat sink, and CPU. Removal: Install a socket cover on the CPU load plate. Disconnect the speaker cable from the connector on the motherboard. Remove the three nine-millimeter T15 Torx head screws…

How to Remove the Motherboard | OMEN X by HP 900-200, 100 and 000 Desktop PC

How to Remove the Motherboard | OMEN X by HP 900-200, 100 and 000 Desktop PC

To remove the motherboard, first remove the side cover, system memory, the CPU water cooler or CPU air cooler, any graphics cards installed in the unit, the wireless LAN board and the CPU. If removing an Intel CPU, install a socket cover on the load plate window before replacing the load plate over the socket….

How to Remove and Replace the Access Panel | HP Z8 G4 Workstation

How to Remove and Replace the Access Panel | HP Z8 G4 Workstation

Removal: Pull out and hold the access panel release latch. Pull the top off access panel and lift it away from the chassis. Replacement: Toe the lower edge of the access panel into the chassis. Pull out and hold the access panel release latch and rotate the access panel up until it is flush with…

How to Replace the GPU/Video Card | HP All-in-One 22 and 24 Series

How to Replace the GPU/Video Card | HP All-in-One 22 and 24 Series

Before you begin: Remove the hinge cover, the stand, the speaker cover, and partially separate the rear cover and LCD panel assemblies. Remove the fan and the heat sink. Removal Detach the four Phillips #2 screws that secure the GPU to the motherboard shielding. Tip up the edge of the GPU and pull it out…

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