Everex XT5300T / XT5000T Laptop Repair Guide (Fujitsu Amilo XA 1526, 1527, 2528, 2529)

If you purchased a laptop with a dedicated nVidia video card in the past 5 years and are ineligible for the out-of-warranty lawsuit, you might give this a try. This is the first video on our Youtube channel, ThatsItGuys.

Check out our laptop support forum:

EVEREX XT5000T, XT5300T, FUJITSU AMILO XA 1526/7, 2528/9, OCZ 17″ – Laptop Support Forum Forum

This particular thread is dedicated for the support of the following laptops:
Everex XT5000T – Fujitsu Amilo XA 1526 / 1527 in Europe
Everex XT5300T – Fujitsu Amilo XA 2528 / 2529 in Europe, OCZ DIY 17″ OCZNBAN17DIYA DIY rebrand by OCZ.

  • john

    Hi Shane. I have a Stepnote XT5000T with the same issue you described. I was wondering if this was a common issue with these laptops? I am going to try your procedure to repair the laptop. I will let you know how it turns out. Another question was there any other steps that you did not show in your procedure? Thanks for your post.

  • trevor

    hey shane, you say you need solder but i dont see you using it during the demonstration, could you give me a heads up please?

    • http://www.thatsitguys.com/ Meleniumshane90

      The purpose of using a piece of solder next to the area you’re working with is so you have an idea of when the solder on the GPU has been reflowed. There are annotations on the video identifying this, but I’ll toss them up in the description as well.