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PaulPSM
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Procedure to remove screen, Hp envy 15-ae065sa

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Hp envy 15-ae065sa
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Hi,

I've just acquired a hp envy 15 Hp envy 15-ae065sa.

Works fine but the lid has various light dents, scratches etc  in/on it. Though the screen is fine there's a couple of white spots which on inspection correspond to the dents on the lid. I think these dents are pushing against the screen and causing these white spots to appear. I'd like to dismantle the screen unit and carefully remove some of these dents to hopefully improve or remove  the white dot problem. I don't really want to take the whole machine apart. Is it possible to just disamantle the screen unit without having to take the body apart? I can't find a video on this problem.

 

Thanks for you help,

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

Have you referred to the service manual on your notebook's support page?

 

HP ENVY Notebook - 15-ae065sa (ENERGY STAR) Manuals | HP® Customer Support

 

According to chapter 6, you have to take the whole notebook apart to remove the screen.

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Hi,

Yes, thanks for that, I was wondering if there was a way of avoiding that but clearly not.

One more question if I may, I've been trying find out if this model I have has a designated SSD slot, I seem to be picking up conflicting info on this, some do and some don't from what I gather and if so what size gbt would it support.

I'll keep researching this but thanks for your help,

 

BWallace

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You're very welcome.

 

According to chapter 1 of the service manual, only the notebooks that have the i7 processors and graphics adapters with 4 GB of dedicated memory have a M.2 slot.

 

Support for M.2 SATA storage (Port 0) (models with i7 processors and 4 GB discrete graphics memory only)

 

That slot would only support SATA M.2 drives, not SSD's, so replacing the 2.5" mechanical hard drive with a 2.5" SSD would work just as good.

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