Question about Sony VAIO VGC-LS30E 1.73GHz Pentium Dual Core 2GB RAM 250GB hard drive - 19in. Display PC Desktop
The machine comes apart, although it is more complicated than a normal desktop. The back plastic comes off in two stages, and you will have to remove all of the small black screws around the perimeter. There is also one screw under a rubber plug/sticker in the middle. Go slow, take your time, and it does come apart. Once the plastic is off you'll have a large metal piece to remove, with HDD engraved in it and a few different size screws around it. You will have to pull the ethernet connector from its mount to remove it with its wire when you remove the large metal piece. Then the hard drive is mounted under the large metal piece in a normal drive caddy. Be careful not to damage the copper tape between the drive and the caddy. Note that it is a full size 3.5 incs SATA 7200 RPM drive. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Check the warranty .then proceed replacement if it is in warranty period..........
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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