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Nato1
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i want to upgrade a HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One PC 23-g010

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I want to open the cover of this all-in-one computer but I can see only 2 screws on the back bottom. There must be more screws but i cant figure it out. There is already a post on the forum but the link there is dead (http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docLocale=en_US&docId=emr_na-c04275858). All other "similar" models have screws on other locations that is not on this one.

 

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Never mind. It is only those 2 screws. You need to unclip on the bottom only. After that the bottom will lift and kind of rotate around the top and eventually can be taken off. there is no wires in between and the stand will stay attached to the back cover.

 

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WAWood
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@Nato1 

I recently worked on a similar model and under the mount, where the stand connects to the monitor, there were additional screws holding the back in place.  I believe there were four of them, but it's been a while and I could be mistaken regarding the number.



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Never mind. It is only those 2 screws. You need to unclip on the bottom only. After that the bottom will lift and kind of rotate around the top and eventually can be taken off. there is no wires in between and the stand will stay attached to the back cover.

 

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Your computer's specifications: HP Pavilion 23-g010 All-in-One Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

 

What do you want to upgrade? 

 

It is a "SOC" (system on a chip) -- you cannot replace/upgrade the 1.3 Ghz 4-core processor.

 

You can change the RAM.

You can change the disk-drive.

You might be able to change the DVD reader.

You might be able to change the WiFi adapter.

 

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