I recently had to get inside an old-ish Asus A2500 laptop to investigate an issue with the CD-ROM drive (and to upgrade the memory and add a wireless card). Most laptops have a cover above the keyboard that pops off, but on this particular laptop it didn’t seem attached in the usual way.
A bit of googling quickly offering some excellent info, namely that you need a paperclip or similar to poke into the hole in the top panel above the keyboard, to the right of the power button and 4 LED’s. The panel then slides to the left. The keyboard is removed by sliding upwards and lifting. From there on it’s like any other laptop — endless tiny screws.
Sadly the site I originally located with these instructions (simply called “Allan’s Webspace” is no longer online.
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