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The Asus Eee PC 900 uses a small solid state drive instead of a lrger hard drive. Use this guide to replace the SSD in the Asus Eee PC 900.

  1. Slide the battery's locking tabs from the locked position to unlocked positions. The right tab is unlocked when a red dot is showing. The left tab will have to be held in the unlocked position in order to release the battery.
    • Slide the battery's locking tabs from the locked position to unlocked positions.

    • The right tab is unlocked when a red dot is showing.

    • The left tab will have to be held in the unlocked position in order to release the battery.

  2. Slide the battery out while holding the left locking tab in the unlocked position.
    • Slide the battery out while holding the left locking tab in the unlocked position.

    a (minor good, as liion batteries tend to degrade, esp in alltimeuse in bay: warm, max voltage=minimumlifespan) solution is:

    try to revive the no more recognized one! first!!

    either at the poles: need three connections: two at the ends, one in the middle like 1(+ -)-2-(+-)3

    (need a hole through the casing/housing… (each of the two packs must be over 3.0volts: you can easily put a good charged liion from outside for a few moments to get a bit charge in to rise each pack over the 3.0 threshold that prevents pack of being recocknized as ok…)

    or need a bridge at the connector to see realbatterypackvoltage there… check it out

    good luck, thomas@biopilze.de

    biopilz - Antwoord

    addendum:

    if too old, too long lying at voltages under 3v… well possible that the liions wont keep the voltage, then at least one of two packs: (each two parallel 18650 liions) are gone -in that case you could try to dissassemble casing and replace a /or both pack/s, but is rather difficult: housing is a: well glued, try to open with sharpe knive but take extreme care not to destroy or short sircuit internals!!!!!! and b: is brittle and not much space for adding solder etc… -alltogether a thorny way…

    you could just add external batteries at these poles, too… -if the originalones have just a high impedence/resistance, but do NOT leak (low impedence/resistance), otherwise constant energy-loss + heating… : problem: eeepc checks voltage-drift and regulates power-up/booster… if you added to much more voltage , as a flyby addendum: it rekocknizeses overload and shuts down imediately: so try to add batteries with similar voltage, possibly via a smal resisor first that buffers drain… give feedback to me please!

    biopilz - Antwoord

    >>…or need a bridge at the connector to see realbatterypackvoltage there… check it out

    the connector has generally spoken: plus, minus, switch, thermal-control… some: ie2, too…

    did that for a eeeepc900, external charge just at the connector, worked fine, now got eeepc900a, is different: one pin less, have to find out myself first… today did no more find any schematics in the web yet -any suggestions folks?

    biopilz - Antwoord

  3. Remove the small sticker on the right side of the SSD/RAM compartment cover. Remove the two 4.76 mm Phillips #0 screws securing the SSD/RAM compartment cover. Remove the two 4.76 mm Phillips #0 screws securing the SSD/RAM compartment cover.
    • Remove the small sticker on the right side of the SSD/RAM compartment cover.

    • Remove the two 4.76 mm Phillips #0 screws securing the SSD/RAM compartment cover.

  4. Using a plastic opening tool, lift up the bottom of the SSD/RAM compartment cover. Lift the cover away from the laptop.
    • Using a plastic opening tool, lift up the bottom of the SSD/RAM compartment cover.

    • Lift the cover away from the laptop.

  5. Remove the two 4.76 mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the SSD. When the screws are removed, one end of the SSD should pop up. Slide the SSD out of its socket and lift it out of the compartment.
    • Remove the two 4.76 mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the SSD.

    • When the screws are removed, one end of the SSD should pop up.

    • Slide the SSD out of its socket and lift it out of the compartment.

Conclusie

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

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What for specifications do the SSD has? I want to replace, too but do not know the execactly specs. I bought a 30GB m-sata ssd and this is not accepted by bios and does not work.

Marcus - Antwoord

Refering from this site: http://www.minipciessd.com/

It seems you'll need a miniPCIe SSD and not a m-sata (even if the form factor seems the same) and that's why your bios doesn't recognize it.

adrien - Antwoord

There are now miniPCIe mSATA adapters. I plan to try this.

ejolson - Antwoord

Same problem here. I ended up putting my “new!” 64GB SSD in an adaptor and used it for a few years until it wore out!

Evidently the chips aren’t much good as withstood less than 700GB of writes according to the onboard diagnostics.

Strangely enough the adaptor worked with the original 16GB SSD and the 64.

Andre De Guerin - Antwoord

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