Introduction

This repair might be necessary for any type of faulty hard drive that may not be functioning correctly. In order to replace the hard drive, be prepared to use a few tools, and be cautious with small fragile parts when taking apart the device.

Remove the four 4.76 mm Philips screws on the back of the laptop using the Phillips J0 Screwdriver. Remove the four 4.76 mm Philips screws on the back of the laptop using the Phillips J0 Screwdriver. Remove the four 4.76 mm Philips screws on the back of the laptop using the Phillips J0 Screwdriver.
  • Remove the four 4.76 mm Philips screws on the back of the laptop using the Phillips J0 Screwdriver.

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With tools and Fix Kits
Use a plastic opening tool to remove the back cover. Use a plastic opening tool to remove the back cover.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to remove the back cover.

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Starting from the left, use a plastic opening tool to slide the hard drive all the way to the right. Once the hard drive is completely to the right, pull up on the hard drive to remove. Once the hard drive is completely to the right, pull up on the hard drive to remove.
  • Starting from the left, use a plastic opening tool to slide the hard drive all the way to the right.

  • Once the hard drive is completely to the right, pull up on the hard drive to remove.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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