Asus Eee PC 900 SSD Replacement
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Replacing or installing a solid-state drive.
- Author: Brian Carreon
- Difficulty: Moderate
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Slide the battery's locking tabs from the locked position to unlocked positions.
The right tab is unlocked when a red dot is showing.
The left tab will have to be held in the unlocked position in order to release the battery.
Identify the RAM and hard drive compartment on the back of the laptop and locate the two screws holding it in place.
There may be a sticker covering one of the screws. If not, proceed to step 5.
Identify the hard drive (the top chip).
Remove the two 4.76 mm Phillips #0 screws.
The hard drive should pop up.