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Guys any chance to get the w740su's service manual? :)

I've found the W740SU manual, how can I share it with OP so he can put in the first post?

Sorry I didn't see your request. Thank You, I also have the manual and will upload it later. :)

EDIT: Done! ;)

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Thanks a lot, I was wondering how to take off the keyboard on my 9380-S out of curiosity. Didn't realize the customer and service manuals were two separate things.

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Hi there.I just want to thank you very much for the Clevo service manuals.I need to upgrade my ram and i could not find them anywhere.VERY KIND OF YOU TO HAVE UPLAODED.Keep up the great work amd all the best to you there! MT1 : ) Cheers!

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Thanks for this manuals (in my case, 170SM).

I apreciate, and it´s need for future upgrades. I need upgrade mSata.

Thanks again.

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Thank you for the manuals(p170em). Now I knew how to change the hd to ssd.

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Nice thanks for the p157sm manual! Will be most useful as I plan to max out the ram and a few harddisks.

Just come here to get some service! ;)

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Added W350SS, W355SS & W370SS Service Manuals.

ENJOY! :)

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Thanks for adding the ESM for the W230SS! For some reason, the webcam on mine does not seem to be connected and I have to tear it apart. :|

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Added P15xSM-A, P157SM-A, P170SM-A, P177SM-A, P370SM-A, P375SM-A & P377SM-A service manuals.

ENJOY! :)

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Added P15xSM-A, P157SM-A, P170SM-A, P177SM-A, P370SM-A, P375SM-A & P377SM-A service manuals.

ENJOY! :)

Hooray for the P377SM-A! Thanks Prema!

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Hi Prema,

I changed the maximum cpu current to 70 (default was 0) in the bios (Prema mod) of my w355ss. Now, it turns off just seconds after pressing the power key without even showing the bios logo screen. I guess that I should detach the cmos battery cable. Am I right?

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Hi Prema,

I changed the maximum cpu current to 70 (default was 0) in the bios (Prema mod) of my w355ss. Now, it turns off just seconds after pressing the power key without even showing the bios logo screen. I guess that I should detach the cmos battery cable. Am I right?

Just open the bottom cover, it's right behind. ;)

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Just open the bottom cover, it's right behind. ;)

You are right, Sir. Just removed the CMOS battery for a minute. Placed it back and everything is fine again. You saved me. Thank you.

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Thanks Prema, for your time dedicate at this blog and world clevo. Have a nice day and thanks again for this Clevo Service Manuals.

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Hi, so here is a practical question: I wanted to take the keyboard off from P170SM and one of the screws is holding on so strongly in the chasis that I have used 4 different screwdrivers and still did not succeeded to get it out. Right now its pretty messy. Anyone has an idea how to get this damn thing out?

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So i was looking into this, and it depending on whats around the screw..you could try to bang the end of the screw driver to get it loose.. but with a pc i would recommend anything that shrinks the screw.. yes metal shrinks or contracts on cooling. i was following this guide.

Loosening a Tight or Stuck Screw

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Updated the OP with service manuals for:

P65xSE

P65xSG

P67xSE

P67xSG

There is a little glitch atm which prevents me from putting them in the right order...so you will find them right in the middle of attachments.

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Hi. Any news on when the service manuals for P770ZM will be available? Thank you!

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Thanks a bunch for the P670SG manual, I was looking for that. Was slightly hoping to find it on NBR but no luck.

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Thank you so much.

Anyway do you know how can I get the service manuals? Are they suppose to be "classified" or something?

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My sager trackpad literally just popped out. I put on a vinyl sticker, then after waiting for an hour I decided to just take it off. While I took it off, I literally yanked the trackpad up and out...lol

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Hello,

I am a new board member here, and a new owner of a

Sager NP8278 - Clevo P170SM-A

right now I'm looking for a pdf download of the Service Manual for this notebook.

I've checked the LPC-Digital website, where I purchased the unit, and the Sager website, found plenty of drivers, but no manual.

Been googling around and was referred to this site by Meaker from the Deadsmiley's Review of the Sager NP8278 / Clevo P170SM-A thread at Notebook Review.

He said "I believe prema put the set up at tech inferno." So here I am.

Sure enough, there appears to be what I'm looking for attached above P170SM-A_ESM.zip (9.75 MB, 14 views)

Unfortunetly, being a new member here, I am required to make FIVE Quality posts before I am allowed to download anything.

Not sure if this initial post counts as a "Quality" post, but I sure would appreciate any responses from you folks so that I can hopefully make enough "Quality" replies to at least allow me access to the above Service Manual.

I apologize for being so mercenary, but from what I've read here it appears that I am not the only one having difficulty in getting the Service Manual from their suppliers.

This is my my second notebook, and my first Sager.

I've spent more on this unit than I have on any PC in my life, and this is the first time that a reseller has not provided simple access to an actual Service Manual for their product.

The User Manual, Yes,

Service Manual, No.

Any assistance here is appreciated.

Thank you.

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what exactly do u need the service manual for? are there any issues with your machine?

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jaybee83 asked:

what exactly do u need the service manual for? are there any issues with your machine?

No real issues or problems, at this point.

Hopefully I'll have none for years.

But.... I have opened up the back to familiarize myself with component locations, that is those that are easily upgraded (i.e. drives, memory, CPU, GPU, etc.)

I noticed that there are only two (out of 4) easily accessible RAM slots, and only 1 (out of 2) easily accessible mSATA SD slots.

Evidently I will have to remove other components to locate those other slots, and I would like to be able to do so as carefully & efficiently as possible, rather than just start tearing things apart (I don't want to risk voiding my warranty by improper handling on a new machine).

Generally, a good Service Manual has the proper illustrated steps.

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