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Remove a ssd from powerspec g213

I thought that removing an ssd from my Powerspec g213 would be as straightforward as removing a sata drive. I have disconnected the power and sata cables from the ssd but it doesn't budge when i try to slide it out of its bay. I don't want to force it so I though I'd ask here how to remove it. After I remove it I will install a new one with higher capacity.

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There is a grey x shaped knob near the outer casing in the slot your drive is mounted, turn the knob counter clockwise and presto you can remove your dive !!!!!!!!

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>Locate the hard drive, unplug the two SATA cables (power and data) from the hard drive; leave them plugged into the motherboard.(see picture)
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See the attached picture for clarification.eaa0cf82-6180-4457-87ca-281f3b46185a.jpg

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