It’s possible to skip removing the display and the WLAN card, which saves a bit of time and trouble. I think I understand why this guide and Dell’s user guide recommend removing these parts, it makes other steps a _little_ easier, but I didn’t find it was worthwhile.
This connector is on the underside of the computer, close to the battery compartment.
You can skip this step, and others related to removing the display, because removing the display isn’t strictly necessary.
Con of removing the display:
o It takes time
Pros of removing the display:
o It makes it a little easier to remove the VGA card
o The computer will tip with the weight of the display when you remove other components.
You can skip this step, it isn’t strictly necessary.
Cons of removing the WLAN card:
o I found the screw in the last step very stubborn, worried about stripping it.
o Takes time.
Pros of removing the WLAN card:
o Might make disconnecting the system board a little easier later. I had no trouble with the WLAN card in place though.
You can skip this step if you decide not to remove the display.
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