Introducción

If you are having issues with low hard drive space, use this guide to replace your hard drive.

Partes

No se requieren partes.

  1. With the computer upside down, lift up on the rubber cap on the back plate to access the captive Phillips #2 screw.
    • With the computer upside down, lift up on the rubber cap on the back plate to access the captive Phillips #2 screw.

  2. Retract the Phillips #2 screw until the cover is loose.
    • Retract the Phillips #2 screw until the cover is loose.

    • The screw will not come all the way out.

  3. Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed. Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed. Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed.
    • Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed.

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  5. To access the hard drive, remove the back plate.
    • To access the hard drive, remove the back plate.

  6. Remove the three 4mm Phillips #2 screws. Remove the three 4mm Phillips #2 screws.
    • Remove the three 4mm Phillips #2 screws.

  7. Pull back on the tab on the hard drive shield until it is clear of the screw slots. Next pull the shield out. Pull back on the tab on the hard drive shield until it is clear of the screw slots. Next pull the shield out.
    • Pull back on the tab on the hard drive shield until it is clear of the screw slots. Next pull the shield out.

  8. With the hard drive exposed, pull the hard drive away from the connection point and then remove the hard drive. With the hard drive exposed, pull the hard drive away from the connection point and then remove the hard drive.
    • With the hard drive exposed, pull the hard drive away from the connection point and then remove the hard drive.

Conclusión

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

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