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Parts & Tools

Introducción

If your laptop is experiencing slow boot times, errors on start-up, or failure to boot up, it may be time to replace the hard drive. Replacing the hard drive is also a good option if you need to increase storage space or loading speeds in your laptop.

Be sure that all of your data is backed up properly before proceeding with the hard drive replacement.

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  1. Power down the laptop and remove all power cords.
    • Power down the laptop and remove all power cords.

  2. Push in the battery release button with your thumb. Pull up on the battery to remove.
    • Push in the battery release button with your thumb.

    • Pull up on the battery to remove.

  3. Remove the two 3mm Phillips #1 screws that secure the hard drive in place.
    • Remove the two 3mm Phillips #1 screws that secure the hard drive in place.

  4. Pull the hard drive out of the laptop.
    • Pull the hard drive out of the laptop.

  5. Remove the 3mm Philips #1 screw that secures the hard drive cover.
    • Remove the 3mm Philips #1 screw that secures the hard drive cover.

  6. Pull the cover off of the hard drive to separate. Pull the cover off of the hard drive to separate.
    • Pull the cover off of the hard drive to separate.

Conclusión

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

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