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  1. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Prepara la computadora portátil: paso 1, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Prepara la computadora portátil: paso 1, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Prepara la computadora portátil: paso 1, imagen 3 de 3
    • Apaga la computadora portátil hasta que hiberne o se apague. No cortes la energía hasta que ambas luces se apaguen.

  2. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Libere la batería: paso 2, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Libere la batería: paso 2, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Libere la batería: paso 2, imagen 3 de 3
    • Una vez que la computadora esté apagada, retire la batería. Deslice la pestaña de bloqueo a la posición desbloqueada

  3. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Remover la batería: paso 3, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Remover la batería: paso 3, imagen 2 de 2
    • Retire la batería. Tire de la batería hacia adelante y extráigala de la computadora portátil.

  4. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Quitar la unidad óptica: paso 4, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Quitar la unidad óptica: paso 4, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Quitar la unidad óptica: paso 4, imagen 3 de 3
    • Quita el tornillo que sujeta la unidad óptica. Para hacer esto, usa un destornillador Phillips # 0. Desliza la unidad óptica hacia afuera una vez que se quita el tornillo

  5. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira los tornillos debajo de la unidad óptica: paso 5, imagen 1 de 1
    • Quita los tornillos debajo de la unidad óptica El sistema utilizado en la guía solo vino con un tornillo. Si el tuyo vino con tres, ordena en consecuencia.

    • Con los tornillos del reposa manos retirados, quita los tornillos debajo de la unidad óptica. Utiliza un destornillador Phillips # 000.

    If I'm having troublds removing this screw what should I do? Using a Phillips #00

    mjsbak - Contestar

    Try a Phillps #000 screwdriver. It worked for me with a #00, but #000 is a better fit when I revisited this.

    Nick -

    Mine has been worn out due to excessive use. What should I use to remove this screw?

    Ahmed Khan - Contestar

  6. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retirar los tornillos inferiores: paso 6, imagen 1 de 1
    • Una vez se retire la batería y la unidad óptica, retira los 11 tornillos que aseguran el reposamanos.

    • Este tornillo está oculto por un adhesivo en la tapa. Si se pierde, esto es solo cosmético.

    • No se encuentra en todos los modelos. En algunos modelos, hay tornillos en esta área. Si encuentras tornillos aquí, debes quitarlos.

    Caution: There are two additional screws on some models in the battery pack area on the far left and right of single screw shown in the picture above. Make sure to remove those screws as they are also securing the back of the palm rest to the computer.

    David May - Contestar

    Good catch. I made the assumption all machines in the P series come apart the same way since multiple chassis in the same line are rare. What model machine do you have?

    Now that I’ve looked at my picture, I think I know what you’re talking about. I think you’re taking about the square areas that were never used on my machine?

    Nick -

    I added a marker to account for this. I meant to do it sooner, but it slipped past me. Let me know if I put the markers in the wrong location. I have not seen one of these, so I don’t know with 100% certainty.

    Nick -

  7. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira las tapas de las bisagras: paso 7, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira las tapas de las bisagras: paso 7, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira las tapas de las bisagras: paso 7, imagen 3 de 3
    • Si optas por reutilizar las almohadillas originales, péguelas a las tapas de las bisagras para conservar el adhesivo.

    • Retira las tapas de las bisagras. Para hacer esto, retira las almohadillas de goma. Utiliza un destornillador Phillips # 0.

    • Quita los tornillos debajo de las tapas de las bisagras. Para hacer esto, usa un destornillador Phillips # 0.

  8. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira el reposa manos: paso 8, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira el reposa manos: paso 8, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira el reposa manos: paso 8, imagen 3 de 3
    • No quites el reposa manos. El botón de encendido todavía está conectado a la placa madre.

    • Si tienes problemas para quitar el reposa manos, intenta usar una púa de guitarra.

    • Pasa una herramienta de plástico alrededor de los 3 lados del reposamanos. Una vez que estén sueltos, desconecta el teclado y el trackpad. Levanta las lengüetas negras de plástico de los conectores y desconecta los cables.

    • Una vez que se desconectan el teclado y el panel táctil, se puede levantar el reposamanos. En algunos casos, puede ser necesario hacer palanca adicional.

    >Step 8 Remove the palmrest

    >Do not remove the palmrest.

    lolwut

    Toynbee Idea - Contestar

    Not sure if you’re being serious or sarcastic. If you’re serious, it says it in the line you quoted that from why it has to wait.

    Nick -

    This is very difficult to remove. I managed to get the hard drive removed without removing it completely. The corners would not come loose and I didn’t want to risk cracking the palmrest.

    Hollow Hills Ranch & Homestead - Contestar

    The trick I’ve used on this HP chaissis is I will go over the back tabs with more attention then the rest, and then go over it again just to be sure.

    The alternative is to buy anything else that isn’t awful to service, but sadly if you own it you can’t do much about it.

    Nick -

    NOTE! The ONLY cloning tool that created bootable (HP Pavillion) clone was DiskGenius software's "OS Migrate" button. I spent tens of hours with other software only to experience BSOD's (Blue screen of death) during the boot-up. Windows 8.1 install DVD's standard Command line boot repair tools could not fix the issues that other cloning tools created. The cloning tools tried were Acronis, Clonezilla, Macrium Reflect but they produced unbootable laptop. DiskGenius is not the cutest software but I wish I had it in the beginning. My two cents..
    - Teemu Parkkunen

    Teemu Parkkunen - Contestar

    EDIT: On my previous comment I mentioned that DiskGenius was the the only working option for this Windows 8.1 Pavillion cloning. Now it turned out that the target SSD was faulty. There was bad sector on boot area. This may have contributed to the fact that cloning was a hit or miss process. So feel free to try any cloning sofware.

    Teemu Parkkunen -

  9. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Desconecta el botón de encendido: paso 9, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Desconecta el botón de encendido: paso 9, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Desconecta el botón de encendido: paso 9, imagen 3 de 3
    • Con el teclado y el trackpad desconectados, desconecte el botón de encendido. Gira la pestaña negra hacia arriba y retira el reposa manos.

  10. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Desconecta el flex plano: paso 10, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Desconecta el flex plano: paso 10, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Desconecta el flex plano: paso 10, imagen 3 de 3
    • Si esta guía es usada como un prerrequisito, el disco duro de debe de ser retirado

    • El tablero de E/S se puede quitar si estorba.

    • Desconectar el cable flexible plano sobre el disco duro. Para hacer esto, levanta la pestaña de bloqueo negra y retira el cable desde el zócalo ZIF.

    • Para retirar el disco duro, inclinarla hacia delante empezando por la interfaz SATA. Una vez retirado, apartarlo como se muestra.

    • Desconectar el cable de la unidad. Sacude el cable hasta que se libere. No retires el cable a la fuerza. Los sistemas no revisados pueden estar más ajustados que los revisados.

  11. Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira los parachoques de la unidad: paso 11, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo del Disco Duro del HP Pavilion 15-P, Retira los parachoques de la unidad: paso 11, imagen 2 de 2
    • Si tu disco duro tiene una pegatina de plástico sobre el PCB y se instala un SSD, pon esto en el chasis en el caso que un disco duro tradicional es instalado después.

    • Si tu unidad tiene una pegatina de plástico sobre la PCB de la unidad, ésta DEBE transferirse a la nueva unidad.

    • Retira los parachoques de la unidad antigua. Transfiéralos al nuevo disco duro.

Conclusión

Para reensamblar este equipo, siga las instrucciones en orden inverso

Una vez probado y reensamblado, deberás instalar un sistema operativo. Elige el que quieras (Windows o Linux).

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Some hp pavilions you need to detach the keyboard first, then, and only then, can you access the screws that hold the palmrest!

lifeat46hol - Contestar

This isn't the case on the P series. The keyboard is welded in with plastic so the top piece and keyboard is a singular component.

Nick -

Thanks, Nick. Great guide, took me about 20 mins to get this done.

Maarten Merken - Contestar

That’s good to know. I said 2 hours to cover for users who will take a little longer to complete the repair. The difficulty also reflects on that.

Nick -

Dear Nick,

Thank you for the info. My Wife’s laptop is a slightly different version but I was able to install a SSD today. What a nightmare! I’ve never known a laptop to be so difficult to upgrade.

Cheers!

Andy

Andy Ray - Contestar

Most laptops aren't this horrible. HP is special in this regard.

You're the second person to mention variation between models. It seems like when it happens it's a minor change and it isn't an issue to adapt.

Nick -

This guide was perfect for my mothers laptop. There were small variations, but nothing that a little common sense couldn’t help out with.

Danny - Contestar

Was it similar to the previous mentions of additional screws under the battery bay? I’m just trying to get these variations documented so there’s a known list to refer to.

Nick -

I am using HP pavilion 15-p laptop, I want to use caddy bay for my computer, but I don't know what is it the size of dvd.

And what SSD type I should buy if I want to change it with original HDD.

And thanks for the guide

Anh Cường Nguyễn - Contestar

Looks like a 9.5mm drive from eyesight and experience. Any SSD should work so that's not an issue.

I didn't get a notification for this comment. :(

Nick -

Great instructions. I'll let you know how mine turned out.

Gary Lanza - Contestar

his guide was exact for the HP Pavilion 15-p051us model. I was able to access the HDD without completely removing the keyboard. Gently lift up on the front of the keyboard, and you shroud be able to remove the old HDD. I also think this should be rated a moderate job. I took less than 20 minutes to complete, and believe me I am not that good. Trickiest part for me as usual is the %#*@ ribbon cables. Sandisk SSD fits perfectly.

Michael Maxson - Contestar

I set it to difficult to communicate to end users this repair is a pain to do.

That said, I'll consider it. I made this a few years ago when I was a bit looser about setting the difficulty.

Nick -

I &&^&@@ up with the last screw and i cant continue with the guide even tho it is quite straight-forward to follow. You require a bit of skill but not to much. This is a great guide tho.

Ignacio - Contestar

That’s why I rated it difficult and was quite blunt about how difficult the job is. I’m assuming you’re talking about the optical drive screw(s). If you can safely drill it out with a very small bit (while being very careful!), you’ll recover but that area will always feel looser then the other parts of the chassis.

It’s not impossible, but yeah… This is not someone’s first DIY job.

Nick -

I patched this up as well as I can. I got away with a #00, but I added or #000 to avoid more documented problems similar to this. It may be possible yours was #000 and I used a #00 system for the guide.

Check Step 7.

Nick -

I've worked on several laptops before but this one is not straightforward, I wouldn't have attempted this without these instructions. Many thanks.

Pete WC - Contestar

Thanks a lot, Nick.

HD => SDD done!

(snail => rocket done :-))

Greets from Vienna,

Peter

peter.pernhofer - Contestar

Hi Nick

when it comes to computers I’m lost but with your guidance managed to put my new hard drive in approximately 30mins cheers for this keep up the good work

Jon smith - Contestar

Super Anleitung.

Suche auch eine für HP Pavilion 15 cs2535ng

zum RAM und SSD nachrüsten. Vielleicht haste da ja auch was im Programm.

Bestimmt reagards egon

Egon Olsen - Contestar

Used this upgraded in 20 mins thanks

geoffobarnes - Contestar

The middle screw of the three mentioned in step 7 is different from the rest on my mother’s laptop. It seems to have a raised cross instead of any sort of slot. Does anyone know the correct name for this sort of screw? I’m struggling to find a suitable tool for it.

Thanks,

Sean

Sean - Contestar

It looks as if the raised cross was an issue with my eyesight! A small precision screwdriver from a decent set did the trick.

Drive is replaced and my mother is happy with her much faster laptop. Many thanks for the instructions.

Sean -

The screw seems to be #000 for most. #00 worked for me (15-p263nr) but I marked it as or #000 because it seems to vary.

Nick -

Thanks Nick’

Finding all the screws makes it easy.

Jeff Crippin - Contestar

Perfect guide.

Thanks.

Jan Thorsøe - Contestar

25 minutes. Magnifique, merci. Great, thanks.

Philippe - Contestar

Merci pour ce retour positif !

Stéphane MILOUX -

25 minutes. Magnifique, merci. Wonderful, thanks.

Philippe - Contestar

Just completed this guide. The laptop i have is slightly different from that depicted in the pictures but the screw guide etc was spot on. SSD now installed. Unnecessarily complicated drive replacement. Why do HP do this? ANyway - excellent work thank you!

Bradley Anderson - Contestar

Their commercial products are a fixers dream come true, yet the consumer stuff is hit and miss with more stinkers then winners :(.

HP is getting better on the consumer side, but yeah I love how easy my 840 G5 is to repair. That's the freaking benchmark - remove the bottom cover (screws are captive) and you have access to EVERYTHING - motherboard, WLAN/WWAN cards, SSD, RAM and battery*. HP needs to make everything that good.

*Battery uses T8 screws, but that’s the only deviation. If that’s it, still a home run design.

Nick -

Useless guide, a complete waste of time. The keyboard does not detach after removing all screws from the bottom case and there are no instructions about how to remove it. This guide is incomplete and left me frustrated with a half-disassembled computer.

Extremely disappointed in iFixit and this half-assed half-completed half-guide.

Does anyone know where I can find complete instructions how to actually upgrade this computer?

Steve Keate - Contestar

Sorry to hear that this guide did not work for you. It previously worked for others, so it might be helpful if you let us know what went wrong and where you got stuck. If you want to proceed with working on this laptop I suggest you download the HP Maintenance and Service guide from here That way you will have the instructions from the manufacturer. Best of luck to you.

oldturkey03 -

I have made a few changes to Step 8, which is where I identified the most likely source of your error. Since I do not have any concrete information to know for sure what I need to correct, I cannot do much more then identify possible errors. As @oldturkey03 has said, my pry method has largely worked to get these HP laptops open. These days, this method is finally obsolete :-). The new HPs open from the bottom.

Sometimes you still need to run the pick towards one side of the laptop (varies per model), but as long as you got everything on one side, they come open a lot easier today. HP changed a lot of things and put these horrid designs behind them even on the consumer side when RtR took off so people who self-service don't call and complain.

I actually vetted this better than I usually do, just due to the sheer headache these laptops are for the average person to work on.

Nick -

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