Unasemble my laptop

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I have an Accer aspire 1310. I wat to replace the optical drive but i dont know how... i've tried every single screw but i can't unasemble the computer so i can take the optical drive.
I heard that iit might be necessary to take the keyboard out... but how? i have no idea how... i dont see any place i have to press, any more screw to unscrew... welll HELP!

do u know how to take out the optical drive of an apsire 1310?
i know this isn't a nice question to make... but... can anybody point me a specializec hardware forum? or a laptop forum?

Ths in advance
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Take the three screws around the CDROM drive out, eject the drive and then pull, it takes quite a pull to get it out but be very careful you don't break it. Laptops are hell to disassemble, they don't want you to take it apart and they make it as difficult as possible.
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theak is correct ,thing is (if you havent ever ) lol taken one apart it's best to re-assemble it back together as soon as you fix it ,so you still
have that train of this-assemble ,and it's just lying there waiting for some
sort of accident. good luck
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I see.. i will try that.
I never leave it disassembled cause i know its quite tricky ;)

Thx

I come later to report if i succed ;)

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