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Introduction

Use this guide to replace the Hard Drive in the Pavilion Dm4.

Parts

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  1. Unlock and remove the battery pack. Unlock and remove the battery pack.
    • Unlock and remove the battery pack.

  2. Unscrew the hidden screws covered by the battery pack and remove the panel to find more hidden screws. Unscrew the hidden screws covered by the battery pack and remove the panel to find more hidden screws. Unscrew the hidden screws covered by the battery pack and remove the panel to find more hidden screws.
    • Unscrew the hidden screws covered by the battery pack and remove the panel to find more hidden screws.

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  4. Unscrew the hidden screws in order to remove the hard drive cover. Unscrew the hidden screws in order to remove the hard drive cover. Unscrew the hidden screws in order to remove the hard drive cover.
    • Unscrew the hidden screws in order to remove the hard drive cover.

  5. Pull out the tab to remove the hard drive.
    • Pull out the tab to remove the hard drive.

  6. Take the hard drive out and pull the connector from it. In order to disconnect the hard drive, grab the hard drive and cord then gently pull the hard drive away from the cord. In order to disconnect the hard drive, grab the hard drive and cord then gently pull the hard drive away from the cord.
    • Take the hard drive out and pull the connector from it.

    • In order to disconnect the hard drive, grab the hard drive and cord then gently pull the hard drive away from the cord.

  7. Replace the hard drive.
    • Replace the hard drive.

    • Do not take apart the hard drive if you want it to run anything at all!

Conclusion

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

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I need to replace the hard drive and was wondering how large can the DM4 handle. It is currently 578Gb and it would be great for 1 or 2 TB. Thanks

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