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'''CAUTION: Static electricity in your body can ruin you computer. The best solution is to get an anti-static wristband like the one to the right of this text under "tools".''' [ … ] '''Before starting''' [ … ] Make sure you have confirmed that the problem is definitely hardware-related by following our troubleshooting guide. [ … ] ''' Step Zero''' [ … ] Just to be safe, remove the battery by pressing the button on the lower left of the laptop. No tools necessary. [ … ] '''Step One''' [ … ] Use a Philips Head screwdriver (the type with the cross head) to unscrew the small screw on the rear left side of the laptop. This will unlock the speaker bar that runs between your screen and keyboard. Just loosen the speaker bar, don't remove it because it is still attached by a ribbon. [ … ] '''Step Two''' [ … ] To remove the speaker bar, push back the white connector while pulling on the ribbon to detach the speaker bar. [ … ] '''Step Three''' [ … ] To give us access to the internals, we remove the keyboard. It is attached to the body with a similar connector as in step two. Once detached, lift it out to the left. [ … ] '''Step Four''' [ … ] The hard drive is the metal box in the middle. It's in a cage that looks like a cheese grater. Use your Philips Head screwdriver to remove the three screws that attach the cage to the motherboard. [ … ] '''Step Five''' [ … ] The second fastener holding the laptop hard drive cage is exposed easily enough, but try getting it out of the guts of the notebook if it rolls off on it's own. The third fastener is on the back. Once removed, the hard drive will can now come out. [ … ] '''Step Six''' [ … ] Now you need to get the hard drive out of the cage. There are four screws and one add-on connector. Remove these to get your hard drive out of the cage. [ … ] '''Step Seven''' [ … ] You can install your new hard drive by following these steps in reverse.
'''CAUTION: Static electricity in your body can ruin you computer. The best solution is to get an anti-static wristband like the one to the right of this text under "tools".''' [ … ] '''Before starting''' [ … ] Make sure you have confirmed that the problem is definitely hardware-related by following our troubleshooting guide. [ … ] ''' Step Zero''' [ … ] Just to be safe, remove the battery by pressing the button on the lower left of the laptop. No tools necessary. [ … ] '''Step One''' [ … ] Use a Philips Head screwdriver (the type with the cross head) to unscrew the small screw on the rear left side of the laptop. This will unlock the speaker bar that runs between your screen and keyboard. Just loosen the speaker bar, don't remove it because it is still attached by a ribbon. [ … ] '''Step Two''' [ … ] To remove the speaker bar, push back the white connector while pulling on the ribbon to detach the speaker bar. [ … ] '''Step Three''' [ … ] To give us access to the internals, we remove the keyboard. It is attached to the body with a similar connector as in step two. Once detached, lift it out to the left. [ … ] '''Step Four''' [ … ] The hard drive is the metal box in the middle. It's in a cage that looks like a cheese grater. Use your Philips Head screwdriver to remove the three screws that attach the cage to the motherboard. [ … ] '''Step Five''' [ … ] The second fastener holding the laptop hard drive cage is exposed easily enough, but try getting it out of the guts of the notebook if it rolls off on it's own. The third fastener is on the back. Once removed, the hard drive will can now come out. [ … ] '''Step Six''' [ … ] Now you need to get the hard drive out of the cage. There are four screws and one add-on connector. Remove these to get your hard drive out of the cage. [ … ] '''Step Seven''' [ … ] You can install your new hard drive by following these steps in reverse.
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