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[* black] In addition to a couple Phillips screws, each side of the display assembly was held to the upper case with a 4 mm hex nut. Asus may try as they like, but with our [product|IF145-022|54-bit driver kit] in hand, no fastener is safesecure for long.
[* black] In addition to a couple Phillips screws, each side of the display assembly was held to the upper case with a 4 mm hex nut. Asus may try as they like, but with our [product|IF145-022|54-bit driver kit] in hand, no fastener is safesecure for long.
[* icon_note] For the record, the hex nuts weren't meant to be a deterrent to self-service, but rather a means of space saving. In addition to holding down the display assembly, the top of each hex nut was drilled and tapped to hold one of the motherboard screws.
[* black] The display assembly comes off pretty easily and we're left with the upper case that houses the backlit keyboard.
[* black] Just like the unibody MacBooks, the keyboard in the Zenbook cannot be removed from the upper case, which means the two must be replaced simultaneously.