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Using a Phillips head screw-driver remove all the screws from the rear casing of the Acer P446 Unit.
  • Using a Phillips head screw-driver remove all the screws from the rear casing of the Acer P446 Unit.

  • Side note: when lifting the rear cover away from the unit lift away from the VGA/HDMI Ports as the case slides into these and although you can lift it straight off you may damage the plastic

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You now have access to the RAM, Hard Drive, Batteries etc. from removing this cover to remove the hard drive simply lift UP the cable that connects to the Motherboard as shown and LIFT the Hard Drive right out You now have access to the RAM, Hard Drive, Batteries etc. from removing this cover to remove the hard drive simply lift UP the cable that connects to the Motherboard as shown and LIFT the Hard Drive right out
  • You now have access to the RAM, Hard Drive, Batteries etc. from removing this cover to remove the hard drive simply lift UP the cable that connects to the Motherboard as shown and LIFT the Hard Drive right out

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If you wish to connect the Hard Drive to an external Caddy or install it in a new machine simply remove the SATA Adapter by pulling it away from the Hard Drive If you wish to connect the Hard Drive to an external Caddy or install it in a new machine simply remove the SATA Adapter by pulling it away from the Hard Drive
  • If you wish to connect the Hard Drive to an external Caddy or install it in a new machine simply remove the SATA Adapter by pulling it away from the Hard Drive

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Conclusion

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

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