Question about Dell Latitude CPX-J Notebook
To remove the hard drive from a Dell Latitude, look at the side directly OPPOSITE of the I/O jacks (Headphone, mic, input/aux) side. You will see one small screw in the middle of a tray. Once you remove this screw, you will be able to pull this tray (hard drive caddy) out from the laptop. The hard drive will be in this tray. If you are replacing your hard drive, remove screw(s) on the bottom of the tray to remove the hard drive from the tray and be sure to also remove the interface adaptor, attached to the pin end of the old hard drive and place on new hard drive.
Posted on May 02, 2009
On the bottom of the laptop there should be four screws un screw those and take the cover off next take the keyboard and top covering off then carfully remove the hard drive which should be loacted near one of the fans.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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