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Remove the four rubber bungs at each corner of the screen cover then remove the four screws. Luckilly Toshiba have thought about this problem! If you offer the ninges up to the side of the screen, you will see how it is fixed. Remove the covers fron the underside and the hard drive unplugs WITH CARE! Unscrew the suround screws from the base and remove the top cover. You can leave the keyboard in place. You will see where the hinges fit to the base. Replacement is the reverse. Hope that helps.
Ther is probably a single swcrew that releases the entire DVD/CD drive and it pulls out. Check your owner's manual or go to Toshiba's website and download the repair/trouble shoooting/owner's manuals and they will tell you exctly what to do.
DELLS usually have a screw insode of the memory access plate or under the battery after it is removed, but I odmn't know where they are on Toshibas.