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If your AsusX553MA-BPD07051 keeps giving you a Blue Screen of Death, then the issue is most likely with the RAM or the motherboard. Follow the troubleshooting instructions here in order to identify which piece of hardware is causing the problem. If you determine that the motherboard is the issue, then follow this guide to replace it. Remember to unplug your computer and disconnect the battery prior to working on it.

  1. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 5.0 mm screws  that are securing the bottom of the laptop. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the six 11.0 mm screws that are securing the bottom of the laptop.
    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 5.0 mm screws that are securing the bottom of the laptop.

    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the six 11.0 mm screws that are securing the bottom of the laptop.

  2. Lift the edges of the keyboard using the plastic iFixit opening tool and raise the keyboard slightly to see the inside of the laptop.
    • Lift the edges of the keyboard using the plastic iFixit opening tool and raise the keyboard slightly to see the inside of the laptop.

    • Do not lift the keyboard too high as the keyboard is connected to the motherboard by two ribbon connectors that must be detached.

  3. Lift back the clip on the ribbon tape, and pull the tape out in order to remove the keyboard from the laptop. Remove both pieces of the ribbon tape connecting the keyboard to the motherboard.
    • Lift back the clip on the ribbon tape, and pull the tape out in order to remove the keyboard from the laptop.

    • Remove both pieces of the ribbon tape connecting the keyboard to the motherboard.

  4. Remove the bundled cable connector  attaching the battery to the motherboard with the plastic iFixit opening tool.
    • Remove the bundled cable connector attaching the battery to the motherboard with the plastic iFixit opening tool.

    • Make sure that you do not remove the entire connector by applying too much force. Only the white plastic connector should be removed from the metal part on the motherboard.

  5. Use Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 6.0 mm screws attaching the battery to the laptop. Use Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 6.0 mm screws attaching the battery to the laptop.
    • Use Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 6.0 mm screws attaching the battery to the laptop.

  6. Lift the battery up and remove it completely from the laptop. Lift the battery up and remove it completely from the laptop.
    • Lift the battery up and remove it completely from the laptop.

  7. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 6.0 mm screws that are securing the hard drive. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 6.0 mm screws that are securing the hard drive.
    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the four 6.0 mm screws that are securing the hard drive.

  8. Lift the hard drive up and pull it towards the screen so that it disconnects from the motherboard. Use caution when disconnecting the hard drive from the motherboard, so that neither connector gets broken.
    • Lift the hard drive up and pull it towards the screen so that it disconnects from the motherboard.

    • Use caution when disconnecting the hard drive from the motherboard, so that neither connector gets broken.

  9. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the one 6.0 mm screw holding in the optical drive. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the one 6.0 mm screw holding in the optical drive.
    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the one 6.0 mm screw holding in the optical drive.

  10. Gently slide the optical drive out from the motherboard. Gently slide the optical drive out from the motherboard.
    • Gently slide the optical drive out from the motherboard.

  11. Remove the bundled cable connector that connects the fan to the motherboard using the plastic iFixit opening tool. Remove the bundled cable connector that attaches the audio to the motherboard with the plastic iFixit opening tool. Remove the bundled cable connector that attaches the audio to the motherboard with the plastic iFixit opening tool.
    • Remove the bundled cable connector that connects the fan to the motherboard using the plastic iFixit opening tool.

    • Remove the bundled cable connector that attaches the audio to the motherboard with the plastic iFixit opening tool.

  12. Lift the metal clip holding the ZIF connector ribbon down. Pull the ribbon out from the connector, away from the motherboard.
    • Lift the metal clip holding the ZIF connector ribbon down.

    • Pull the ribbon out from the connector, away from the motherboard.

  13. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the five 6.0 mm screws attaching the motherboard to the base of the laptop. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the five 6.0 mm screws attaching the motherboard to the base of the laptop.
    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver (PH0 bit) to remove the five 6.0 mm screws attaching the motherboard to the base of the laptop.

  14. Remove the tape from the motherboard.
    • Remove the tape from the motherboard.

  15. Lift the metal clips holding the ZIF connector down. Push the gold metal connector away from the motherboard.
    • Lift the metal clips holding the ZIF connector down.

    • Push the gold metal connector away from the motherboard.

    • Be careful not to break the connector.

  16. Lift the coaxial connector from the wifi chip with  the plastic iFixit opening tool. Lift the coaxial connector from the wifi chip with  the plastic iFixit opening tool.
    • Lift the coaxial connector from the wifi chip with the plastic iFixit opening tool.

  17. Lift the motherboard to remove it fully. Do not pull too hard, the motherboard should come off easily once it has been separated from the base of the laptop. Do not pull too hard, the motherboard should come off easily once it has been separated from the base of the laptop.
    • Lift the motherboard to remove it fully.

    • Do not pull too hard, the motherboard should come off easily once it has been separated from the base of the laptop.

결론

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Stephanie DeCarvalho

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UMass Dartmouth, Team S1-G4, Botvin Fall 2019 UMass Dartmouth, Team S1-G4, Botvin Fall 2019 회원

UMASSD-BOTVIN-F19S1G4

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Hi! Where the !&&* is the CMOS battery?

butch zvonko - 답글

Hi, I’m sorry but I don’t have an image of the CMOS battery! It should be located on the motherboard though.

Stephanie DeCarvalho -

See my reply below. There isn’t one.

Gazza

gazza667 -

Hi, I think there is no CMOS battery on this motherboard. See https://vinafix.com/media/asus-x553ma.11....

butch zvonko - 답글

I can vouch that there is NO CMOS battery on this laptop. I now own one from a friend who had it condemned by another ‘repair tech’. It turned out that the display connector was not secured properly. Anyway, having stripped it down completely, i decided to replace the CMOS battery before putting it back together & there isn’t one. On the underside of the board is an area with white plastic in the shape of a button battery. On reassembly i noticed the CMOS had lost the clock memory. Which i put down to disconnecting the battery. It must be powered when the battery is connected & not separately.

Gazza

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