LENOVO T500 take apart video, disassemble, how to open disassembly


No music. No talking. Just work.
If you are taking your LENOVO T500 laptop apart be careful and wear an anti-static wrist band or use other anti-static device. If you need to change a LCD usually you don’t have to take screen out of a laptop. You can leave it on a laptop and watch the last part of the video where I am taking LCD apart. If you need to change a keyboard, you don’t have to take all bottom screws out. There are usually some marks, like a keyboard picture, on a case bottom. If you need to put a laptop back to work be aware of screws. They are different and you better remember or mark them somehow to insure that you will put them back in to a right place.
Some laptops I take apart first time, so don’t be serious on my time and performance.
If something got broken – ooops, it’s your fault.
Believe me, some parts in your laptop are already broken, you just don’t see that.
This video is like insurance for your laptop. With this video and some skills you will be always sure that at least you can try to repair your laptop. If it’s broken you don’t have to sell it or throw it away. You can find some new or used parts somewhere and change it. It maybe will be your new job or hobby. And if it didn’t worked out you still will be able to ask somebody else to fix it.
So, just watch this video and fix your laptop.
Have fun and good luck!!

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  1. In the video description you wrote: “Be careful and wear an anti-static wristband.”

    Which is sound advice. But why didn’t you wear one during this teardown?

  2. I can't believe people have the nerve to leave negative comments. I appreciate the video, it's exactly what I needed. A step by step visual walkthrough of disassembly so I can work on my t500 and I can use this video to remember where everything is and what I have to remove to get to it. Thank you

  3. you cut the most important part, where you figured out, how the board becomes lose, now the video is useless and took me 10 minutes of my life.

  4. Отличное видео! Разобрал, почистил, смазал кулер, и все собрал обратно. Спасибо за инструкцию!

  5. I need to reset the Supervisor password on a Lenovo Thinkpad T500. I'm looking for the EEPROM but cannot find it, I believe it's on the bottom side of the motherboard, but I don't know how to remove the bottom plastic cover. Must I remove the LCD screen for this? It's really difficult to access the EEPROM, if you know where it is, and how to access it, it would really help me.

  6. amigo tengo una lenovo r500 ultimamente tiene una broma que se me apaga solo es como su perdiera fuerza no se que le pasa asi tenga su bateria y conectada con su cargador se apaga que usted cree que sea esto sera que se le daño algo por se me apaga tiene que aver alguna explicacion para eso. por casualidad no sabes a que se debe mi caso?

  7. it was working propertly befor when i conect internet, after that it dosnot work , when i open fingerprint manager it shows like this ( the fingerprint sensor is not detected. please ensure that the fingerprint sensor is properly configured and try again)  after i check Biometric devices state then it shows (This device is working properly.) then what's wrong in my laptop (fingerprint sensor) pls healp me?

  8. Only a moron would use a "power tool" with a magnetic tip to take apart a delicate $1,000 laptop. If you worked for me you would be F I R E D. You have some nerve saying you have "skills" when it is obvious you don't playing guessing games taking this thing apart. Not a professional by any means. Not trying to be rude here, but we were taught NOT to use power tools on any equipment and to use a PROPER anti-static wrist strap.

  9. Thanks!

    A question. Is the dedicated ATI card a separate, non-soldered unit? I don't use it. I'd rip out that damn thing and sell it 🙂

  10. Hi Toby (sorry for delayed answer)
    I do that for several reasons. Repair, disassembly to use in other laptops. Some are broken. Some completely not working. Not for fun. Many put together.

  11. Why do you actually take these apart? I mean are they broken, for fun, and do you put them back together?
    Great videos anyway.

  12. I think this idea should come from your fiance. 🙂 If you are not sure he can handle it or specially if he is not sure, better ask friends who knows someone, some trusted technician who can perform this task. Yes you will have to pay, but it is better than blame someone you don't want to blame that your laptop is broken 🙂

  13. I'm not sure if I should have my fiance try to clean the fan or if i should just pay someone I don't know to clean the fan. This video showed me this is really complicated… and scary. 🙁


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