To remove the keyboard;
Remove the keyboard screws from underneath the laptop, then flip over and use a flathead screw driver to unhook the hidden keyboard tabs on the top of the keyboard.
Once you've removed the keyboard you then remove the cable wire which connects it to the motherboard, this will also reveal the extra RAM slot which should already be occupied by the RAM that came with your notebook.
This also reveals the CPU, etc. You can remove motherboard mount screws, etc.
To remove the LCD casing;
Remove the rubber pieces from the mounts, then remove the screws from here. Once removed you should be able to snap out the LCD panel case starting from the bottom, but do this carefully as you could stuff up the panel.
Removing the keyboard on its own should give you good access to upgrade all the parts. The LG's have a great heat pipe cooling system!http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...fm/701827.html