Disassembly Guide for IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X100e Laptop: Access HDD, RAM and SIM Card

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A short guide illustrating how to take apart the IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X100e laptop. To get access to the RAM, the SIM card slot and the HDD.

Step-by-Step Disassembly Pictures

Lenovo thinkpad x100e disassembly full view.jpeg
  The laptop before the operation, a front view.








Lenovo thinkpad x100e disassembly backside.jpeg
  A view from the backside. There are seven screws holding the cover. Note: each screw is secured with a little spring therefore it will not come out fully. Just leave each screw in its hole, there is no need to remove the screws completely.






Lenovo thinkpad x100e disassembly backcover.jpeg
  The backcover after is has been removed from the case.







Lenovo thinkpad x100e disassembly backcover screw.jpeg
  The seven screws of the backcover are secured with little ring-like springs. Here is a detailed view of one screw and the spring attached to it.








Lenovo thinkpad x100e disassembly backcover removed.jpeg
  The laptop from the backside with the cover removed. You can identify the main field replacable parts (or upgradable components): memory, hard disk drive; as well as the SIM card slot. Note: the HDD is not even secured by screws, just push it to the right to get is out of the SATA slot.






Lenovo thinkpad x100e disassembly sim card slot.jpeg
  The SIM card slot in detailed view. You may use a screwdriver like shown to push the lid of the SIM card slot to open or lock it.






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Disclaimer and Copyright

Warning: These instructions are given without any warranty. They don't have to be complete or correct. Don't do any of the above mentioned steps if you're not sure of what you're doing. You could damage your notebook and you WILL lose your warranty. Everything you do will be at your own risk.

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