In order to complete this project very few tools are required.
Philips Screw Driver (with a small head)
Flat Head Screw Driver (size doesn't matter, its used more as a pry-bar anyways)
Warning Before Attempting This:
This may void some warranties.
Step 1: Step 1 (optional): Remove Battery and Hard Drive
REMEMBER: Keep all of your screws organized and somewhere where they wont be knocked over.
Once the cover is out, the hard drive should be able to be removed. One end of the drive should be completely free and the other should be attached by a single plug. Unplug the plug and place the hard drive aside.
Step 2: Step 2: Remove the Wireless Card
First, take the wireless card cover off. Then using a small Philips screwdriver, unscrew the two screws holding the wireless card in.
Next, gently slide the wireless card out of its plug and unhook the two wires that are attached to it.
NOTE: the two wires attached to the wireless card should be marked positive and negative, if they don't have any kind of marking make sure that they get marked for the appropriate polarity.
Set the wireless card with its screws aside with the rest of the removed parts.
Step 3: Step 3: Removing the Speaker Panel
Once all of the screws are out, flip the computer over.
The top speaker panel should only be held in by clips at this point, so using the Flat Head Screw Driver as a gentile pry bar, carefully pull the top speaker panel off.
Step 4: Step 4: Removing the Touch Panel and the Keyboard
Remove the touch control panel by gently pulling up, releasing the clips. CAUTION: There is a plug at the top of of the touch control panel, make sure that when pulling on the touch control panel unneeded stress isn't placed upon the plug.
Unplug the plug and place the panel aside. The keyboard has three screws at its top. Unscrew those and slide the keyboard up and out of its base. There is a plug underneath the keyboard that needs to be unplugged. CAUTION: Don't directly pull on the plug, lift the release on the computer side of the plug up and slide the wire ribbon out.
Step 5: Step 5: Remove the Screen
The next step is to lift up the speakers and unplug them from the computer. The speakers may not easily come out on account of a sticker that is by where the battery plugs in. I peeled this sticker off so that the speakers just lifted out. Once they are free, unplug the speakers from the computer and set them aside.
Then, unplug the plugs that run from the screen to the motherboard on the right side of the computer.
Next, once the wires are out of the way, unscrew the four screws that hold the screen to the computer's frame. Once that is done place the new screen into the old one's spot and screw it in.
Step 6: Step 6: Reassembly
Thank you for using my Instructable, I hope it was helpful and informative.