--Getting the Most of Your Pocket PC Experience!

Frequently Asked Questions
Step 1. Tools and Warnings
Step 2. Opening the Device
Step 3. Removing the ROM
Step 4. Some more Screws.
Step 5. Removing the Ribbon Cables
Step 6. More Ribbon Cables!
Step 7. Preparing to Overclock.
Step 8. Overclocking With The Pencil
Step 9. Tips On Reassembly.
Step 10. Testing Results!
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Step 4. Some more Screws

There are two more screws located on this side of the board that need to be removed. One of them is hidden beneath the board shown below. This board is easy to remove. On the top end it is attached to the main board via a socket similair to the ROM socket. Gently rock the board and pull it up and out of the socket. There is also adhesive that is holding the board on the bottom side, you should be able peel this away by pulling from that side of the board.

When you have removed the board, you can place it just to the right of the case (the wires will remain attached to the main board) Once you have removed the board, you will need to unsrew two screws that are on the main board. Remove them now.

Once you have removed these screws, you will be ready to remove the ribbon cables that are attached. This is the next step!