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This guide will walk you through the replacement of the solid state drive in your Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro. The solid state drive holds all of the data on your computer. Because of this, one should still be weary of potential dangers of disposing of the drive incorrectly. Individuals could still possibly recover the data off of the drive. Please use caution when disposing of the solid state drive.

  1. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro SSD Replacement, SSD: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • Please ensure that the laptop is turned off before beginning.

    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the eleven 1/4" screws from the back of the laptop.

    I believe these are Torx T5, not Phillips.

    Kiran Rao - Reply

    Kiran is correct.

    Rasmus Mathiesen - Reply

  2. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro SSD Replacement: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Gently lift off the back cover.

  3. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro SSD Replacement: step 3, image 1 of 1
    • Navigate to the top right corner of the laptop and locate the solid state drive next to the fan.

    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the one 3/16” screw from the top left corner of the solid state drive.

    • The solid state drive will lift up after you remove the screw.

  4. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro SSD Replacement: step 4, image 1 of 2 Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro SSD Replacement: step 4, image 2 of 2
    • To remove the solid state drive, gently slide it away from the battery and towards the hinges.


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

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Thanks for the clarity of the presentation. I am having difficulty with Lenovo identifying and purchasing a 256 GB replacement SSD for my yoga pro 2 laptop. Any suggestions about what the specs of that drive might be and where I can find one would be most appreciated.

Charles Wantman - Reply

That looks like an M.2? I’m trying to figure that out myself, I’ll let you know if I find out.

Amethyst O'Connell -

Did you find it?  I would go to Amazon with part number mz-m5e250bw (it’s a Samsung card) … you don’t have to buy there.

I had to use a Torque #5 for the eleven screws on the back … the #00 Phillips was perfect for the SSD card itself.

jo diamond - Reply

How do you put the new one in? By reversing the process?

Lauren Neal - Reply

I am trying to find a reader for this old SSD. I purchased a M.2 NVME SATA SSD Enclosure Adapter, which I thought would work as a SATA PCIe M-Key(B+M Key) ssd reader but it doesn’t fit. Anyone point me towards a correct adapter?

YonA Dabs - Reply

Note: The form factor is mSATA. I just upgraded the SSD for my Yoga 2 Pro to a 512 GB Kingston KC600. Search this model number on eBay for the best price. Beach Audio was the retailer I went with for $75 shipped. [On second note, direct from Kingston is now only $68 shipped with a sale going on, so check their site first.][br]


Here's the manufacturer's official page:

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