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One morning I got bored and curious plus my crappy netbook went on BSOD. This guide will show you exactly how to dismantle, reset BIOS if removing CMOS battery did not work and eventually flashing of the latest BIOS to revive your netbook. Now, this is a very common problem with this netbook since it was released to the market with a defective BIOS software that can eventually fail and needs to be upgraded. This problem is so common that the manufacturer decided to post the solution on the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) of the site.

DISCLAIMER: THIS STEP BY STEP GUIDE IS ONLY APPLICABLE TO ACER ASPIRE ONE MODEL AOD150. FOR OTHER MODELS, DISMANTLE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Step 1: Finding all the external screws...

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First off, you need a screw driver. After that, find all the external screws of the netbook. They're usually located under. You may need to remove some rubber legs as it conceals the rest of your screws. There should be like 3 screws under the battery, 3 screws under where the touch pad is and 2 under the rubber legs near the hinges.
 

This is a very helpful instructable.