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How to Upgrade, Repair, Disassemble a MicroStar International (MSI) Laptop or Notebook

Do you want to repair your MicroStar International - MSI laptop or notebook? Here is a collection of free take apart instructions, disassembly pictures or dismantling videos, upgrade and repair manuals, as well as do-it-yourself (DIY) tips and tricks for MegaBook, Wind laptops and notebooks models made by MicroStar International - MSI . If you have written a repairing guide yourself (or if you know of a report not linked here), please submit a new entry. Also you can publish a guide in the Laptop and Notebook Repair Wiki.

Microstar (MSI) 510C Some disassembly pictures from the inside.
Microstar (MSI) MS-1013 An illustrated disassembly guide.
Microstar (MSI) MS-1029 This article explains how to build your own laptop. It guides you to put together the basic components to build a so-called barebone laptop.
Microstar (MSI) MegaBook S271 Pictures of the internals and construction hints.
Microstar (MSI) Wind You can never be too rich, too thin, or have to much RAM. With a 1GB SODIMM available for cheap, opening the chassis and adding memory to this notebook is a no-brainer upgrade.
Microstar (MSI) Wind Follow these seven steps to substitute the UMPC storage devices with a bigger hard disk drive or even an SSD: 1. Open the Wind Chassis 2. Disconnect the Mini PCI-e Card 3. Remove the Original Hard Drive 4. Swap the Hard Drive Bracket 5. Insert the New Hard Drive 6. Clean Up and Close up 7. Boot the Computer.
Microstar (MSI) Wind U100 How to open the casing to achieve some hardware modifications: memory upgrade and WiFi card replacement.
Microstar (MSI) Wind U115 A complete step-by-step disassembly manual with detailed pictures (in Italian).

Manufacturer Information, Customer Service

Hardware Maintenance Manual, User Guide, Service Manual

MSI itself offers official Service Manuals and a FAQ


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