5: Frame Screws
Place a paper towel or a piece of cloth on the keyboard to protect the screen.
Lean the LCD screen with its metal brackets forward away from the rear plastic bezel just enough to be able to access the two (2) Phillips screws securing the LCD screen to the metal brackets. Using your Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the bottom screw first and then the upper screw from the metal brackets.
After removing the screws, lean the entire display assembly (LCD screen and rear plastic bezel) upright 90 degrees. Now gently lean just the LCD screen forward to lay on the paper towel or cloth covering the keyboard.
As shown in the picture, cautiously tilt the LCD screen forward, within its metal frame bracket. If you are unable to, you may need to remove additional screws. Be careful not to damage the video / data cable.
Note: Some models will require you to remove the flat video cable from the LCD screen prior to laying the LCD screen on the keyboard.
Additionally, some notebooks will Wi-Fi antennas affixed to the metal brackets which you will need to take note of.
The second photo shows the rear plastic assembly as well as the rear of the LCD screen. Plugged into the back of the LCD screen you will notice the video cable which is usually is further secured by a piece of tape. Additionally, you will notice the inverter (green strip) between the LCD screen and the rear display assembly. The LCD screen has a plug with two wires extending from the corner of the LCD screen and plugging into the inverter.