21/09/2017

Dell Latitude E6400 | Motherboard Replacement | How-To-Tutorial

Buy this Motherboard: ppci.me Pleasegive us a call if you are unable to find your needed component. Learn how to install and replace the laptop Motherboard on a Dell Latitude E6400 laptop. This will take you set by set through the complete installation and replacement process. The only tools needed is a small phillips head screw driver and a small flat head screw driver. You can view full written instructions for this Dell Latitude E6400 Motherboard repair here: ppci.me We stock over 150000 Genuine Dell laptop parts!!! All Dell laptop parts see in this video can be purchased from www.parts-people.com Share, Like and Follow http
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  1. JuryDutySummons says:

    Thank you, this was a huge help. Mine was a little different, but close enough I could still follow along.

    One tip to those who follow: Pay attention to the number on the bottom right of the access panel. When you first boot the system the bios is going to ask for that number (mine was 3 ME DISABLED) and the service tag. After you enter those numbers the Red/Yellow blinking battery light will go away.

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  2. AbuAbdullah7 says:

    its great work and great sharing really

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  3. Marcelle Caballero says:

    thanks, you help me!….god bless you!

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  4. mfawzy1978 says:

    Thank you very much this made my job SO MUCH easier… You are the MAN

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  5. Andrew Muraskins says:

    HI jvonhirsch,
    I have the same issue, i changed motherboard and now I have blinking battery light (Yellow-then-Red,…) and also the blinking Num Lock and no display. can you give me more instructions how you managed to fix this issue? Where did you find how to init BIOS?

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  6. Cwazywazy140 says:

    i got a base/mobo for a e6500 in working condition. used low-end screens on ebay were going for 100 bucks but i won a top-of-the-line screen in an auction for 70 bucks :D (1920×1200, webcam)

    next is to buy a motherboard with the nvidia graphics.

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  7. phenix5001 says:

    This was extremely useful. Almost identical to my Latitude E6510 & E6520.

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  8. jvonhirsch says:

    Very helpful! I wasn’t expecting when I replaced my Motherboard the other things that happened. 1st, the blinking battery light (Yellow-then-Red,…) and also the blinking Num Lock and no display. They were solved when I reseatted the Memory, hard drive and optical drive. Also the battery needed to be removed while it did it’s DELL thing. Hint; look at the inside of the back cover for a Number, mine was on a yellow sticker and it was asked for when the system booted up. BIOS needs to init!

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  9. John Howard says:

    Excellent…

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