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E-2600D SB, E-4610D SB, S-5405D, S-5205D, S-5215DQ: How do I remove and replace the motherboard in the 6-bay micro BTX case?A: Remove the motherboard
Replace the motherboard
- Turn off the computer, and then disconnect the power cord and all external device cables.
- Remove the right side panel.
- Remove the air duct.
- Remove all add-in cards.
- Remove memory modules.
- Remove the rear fan.
- Carefully note the locations of all cable connections to the motherboard, and then disconnect them. Creating a diagram can be helpful for use when reconnecting cables.
- Remove the seven motherboard screws and loosen the four processor heatsink screws.
- Slide the motherboard toward the front of the case until the rear ports clear the case, and then lift the motherboard out.
- Align the motherboard in the case, and then slide it toward the rear of the case until the screw holes in the case align with the screw holes in the motherboard.
- Secure the motherboard with seven motherboard screws, and then tighten the four processor heatsink screws.
- Reconnect all cable connections to the motherboard.
- Replace the rear fan.
- Replace memory modules.
- Replace add-in cards.
- Replace the air duct.
- Replace the right side panel.
- Connect the power cord and external device cables, and then turn on the computer.