If you are making the laptop disassembly for the first time in your life, pay attention to this tutorial — First time repairing.
The article listed the basic precautions necessary tools to disassemble the laptop, as well as recommendations for disassembly and cleaning.
This video shows Lenovo ThinkPad X201, X201i disassembling and fan cleaning.
If your laptop is overheating during operation and sharply turning off, this most likely is overheating of the cooling system. The reason for this is the accumulation of dust on the radiator. If not clean the cooling system in a timely manner, it may cause damage to the laptop. You can eliminate this problem by repeating the procedures shown in the video below.
This video shows Lenovo ThinkPad X201, X201i keyboard removing.
All necessary steps presented here in this video guide. From this video you will learn how to replace the keyboard in your laptop.
This video shows Lenovo ThinkPad X201, X201i CMOS / Bios Reset / Bios battery replacement
If your laptop constantly reset the date and time, you need to change the BIOS battery. This video guide will demonstrate how to do this. When removing the Bios battery is automatically Bios Reset – in many cases, it helps to solve the problem of BIOS errors. If you remove Bios battery for more than 15 minutes, it may help if the laptop does not run, and the problem was in CMOS.
This video shows Lenovo ThinkPad X201, X201i assembling process.
Once you have completed the disassembly and repair, this video will help you put together a notebook to its original state.
This information is provided for informational purposes only. We accept no liability for damage caused to your device while following the video instructions. Also note that if your laptop or any other device is still under warranty period, then in the process of dismantling the guarantee may be canceled because traces remain after disassembly and it violates the terms of the warranty period. Before disassembling, make sure that the warranty on your laptop has been over.