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Introducción

Before start the procedure, make a system backup (I use ToDo Backup Free).

Some pictures were found in:

http://henjinkutsu.com/text/pc/svd1121aj...

http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/haitora_neko/30...

http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/sony/553...

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  1. Make a system backup!
    • Make a system backup!

  2. Using a spudger, remove the rubber screw covers. Gently remove the speaker covers.
    • Using a spudger, remove the rubber screw covers.

    • Gently remove the speaker covers.

  3. Use a sharp tool to lift up
    • Use a sharp tool to lift up

  4. Remove cover
    • Remove cover

  5. Remove all the screws. (Attention: these screws are different! Save them.)
    • Remove all the screws. (Attention: these screws are different! Save them.)

  6. Remove the cover carefully.  One side is attached with a short, flat, white cable.  (Attention: Don't detach the  white cable.) Remove the screws (circled in red) and remove the battery.
    • Remove the cover carefully. One side is attached with a short, flat, white cable. (Attention: Don't detach the white cable.)

    • Remove the screws (circled in red) and remove the battery.

    • When reassembling : Remember to hide the piece of plastic beside the battery (circled in the second picture) behind the plastic. Otherwise you will not be able to press the right mouse button.

  7. Detach flat cable.  To do so, you have to lift the black plastic bar, then release the orange ribbon.
    • Detach flat cable. To do so, you have to lift the black plastic bar, then release the orange ribbon.

  8. Remove these screws to make it easier to remove the SSD.
    • Remove these screws to make it easier to remove the SSD.

  9. The remove of the ssd
    • The remove of the ssd

    • Remove the SSD (gently)

    • Replace the SSD ( it is a mSATA SSD )

    • Put back the screws and close the unit

Conclusión

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

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Mind BLOWING!!!!!!!!!!!!! Job, Bro..... It Helped me a Lot.....

Anwar - Contestar

1TB ssd here I come!!!!

jamice4u - Contestar

It worked! Can't believe it. I exchanged my 128GB one with a Crucial 500 GB one. Used the Acronis True Image that came with the new SSD. Still getting used to having so much free space :D

scorpiotide - Contestar

Hi, I tried to upgrade to a 256GB SSD using shadowprotect and EaseUS to restore the image, but the drive would never boot. The SSD was not the problem as it worked fine when installing Windows from scratch. Did you simply restore a disk image with Acronis?

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Thanks for this tutorial. I typically avoid working on my laptops and gadgets due to overwhelming hidden gotchas. This made swapping out my broken hard drive quick and painless. Thanks again!

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