Introduction

In this guide you will learn how to replace the hard drive on your Dell B130. The hard drive is where the computer stores any information and there may be problems with it if: the computer is slow, is unable to boot, or has errors when trying to read or delete data.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: Flip your computer over and you can see the battery.
  • First, make sure your computer is turned off.

  • Flip your computer over and you can see the battery.

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Image 1/3: The tab should be in the position next to the unlocked indicator. Image 2/3: The tab should be in the position next to the unlocked indicator. Image 3/3: The tab should be in the position next to the unlocked indicator.
  • Push the tab from the battery, downwards to unlock the battery.

  • The tab should be in the position next to the unlocked indicator.

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Image 1/3: Now the battery will be loose; lift the battery up and out of the computer. Image 2/3: Now the battery will be loose; lift the battery up and out of the computer. Image 3/3: Now the battery will be loose; lift the battery up and out of the computer.
  • Now, push the other tab (the one right under the battery) from right to left.

  • Now the battery will be loose; lift the battery up and out of the computer.

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Image 1/3: Remove the two screws. Image 2/3: Remove the plastic cover by lifting from the groove as indicated. Image 3/3: Remove the hard drive from the computer by lifting up and out.
  • This particular computer is missing its hard drive.

  • Remove the two screws.

  • Remove the plastic cover by lifting from the groove as indicated.

  • Remove the hard drive from the computer by lifting up and out.

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Conclusion

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

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