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Ok i have looked up your laptop and it should have this 2522926R - 120-GB 5400-RPM SATA Hard Drive Assembly (CRU/EURP) for a hard drive in it. If so you can replace it with just about any Sata hard drive but you are going to have to replace the operating system as well as hard dives are sold formated(blank) hopefully you have a recoverry cd or can make one Is the system dead or will it turn on?
consider to replace your hard drive, your hard drive detected crash on your bios so you have to replace it. your hard drive can be use to external hard drive buy some external hard drive case 2,5" you can re partition your hard drive and maybe if you are lucky the harddrive can be use again on your laptop
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Failure to comply with the precautions
could result in damage to your product or loss of data.
Observe all precautions when removing and replacing components.
Remove the battery, switch cover, keyboard, and palm rest.
Remove the two silver 3mm P000 Phillips-head screws from the left side of the hard disk drive bracket.
Loosen the captive P1 Phillips-head screw on the right side of the hard disk drive bracket.
Use the black Mylar tab located on the
hard disk drive enclosure to slide the hard disk drive away from the
hard disk drive connector on the system board.
Remove the hard disk drive from the hard disk drive bay.
Place the hard disk drive in an electrostatic dissipating bag.
Hard Disk Drive replacement
1. Remove the hard disk drive from the electrostatic dissipating bag.
Place the hard disk drive into the hard disk drive bay and align it with the hard disk drive connector on the system board.
Use the black Mylar tab located on
the hard disk drive enclosure to slide the hard disk drive securely onto
the system board connector.
Tighten the captive P1 Phillips-head screw on the right side of the hard disk drive bracket.
Replace the two silver 3mm P000 Phillips-head screws on the left side of the hard disk drive bracket.
This error code indicates the issue with the Hard Drive.
As per the resources available now, it is clear that the Hard Drive is failing.
It would be better to backup all the important Data before the Hard Drive crashes.
Once you have backed up all the Data, it would be better to replace the Hard Drive.
If you have the Technical Specifications and Hard Drive Replacement instructions, you may replace the Hard Drive by yourself.
It is recommended to get the Hard Drive replaced at the Service Center.
Replacing a hard drive is simple, remember everything on a computer concerning hardware is plug and play. Remove the old hard drive and find a suitable replacement, it should snap right out, there may be a couple screws holding it, but once you have it out just plug in the new drive, format and partition the drive and put up your operating system.