Originally Posted by TrollingThunder
You'll have a lot more fun when you take apart a MacBook. The retina MacBook is like trying to diffuse one of Jigsaw's traps lol.
-Battery glued to the case, check.
-RAM soldered to the motherboard, check.
-Proprietary SSD, hard drive and screws, check.
-Fused display assembly so if it breaks, the entire laptop is gone, check.
Yeah, sounds like fun....
EDIT: I remember when my dad was replacing an old Dell Inspiron 6400's processor. He had to completely take apart the case, remove the keyboard and detach the monitor before he could even get close to removing the heatsink system.
My current laptop? You can remove all of the screws attaching the heatsink system to the motherboard and case, and it still will not come off
. Makes it a huge hassle cleaning the fan because it's covered by the heatsink assembly.Edited by A Bad Day - 12/1/12 at 9:24pm