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On the bottom of your Fujitsu N6000 laptop, find the hard drive door to access the hard drive.
2. Remove the Screws.
3. In this step, you will either need to pry out your Fujitsu N6000 hard drive caddy, or simply remove the door.
4. Once the Fujitsu N6000 hard drive is removed the laptop, you need to remove the hard drive caddy. There are usually four screws to remove from the caddy.
5. Simply Insert the new hard drive into the caddy. Place the screws back in. Install your new Fujitsu N6000 hard drive.
Depending upon your model laptop, the hard drive may be located behind a panel on the bottom of the laptop or it may be located on the side of the laptop and the retaining screw/s will be on the bottom of the laptop. When you remove the panel the hard drive will be screwed to a hard drive caddy. Remove the screws on the caddy to release the hard drive. Keep these screws as you will need them to fix the hard drive to the caddy.
Figured this out...
1) Flip laptop over, keep front of laptop closest to you and hinges away from you
2) Remove cover with cylinder/harddrive icon (2 screws)
3) Remove small single silver screw near the front (close to you) of the laptop in the center of the metal harddrive caddy (the caddy may hold one or two hard drives)
4) Pull the plastic tab on the left toward the outside of the laptop... the whole caddy with harddrive(s) inside will shift to the left, disconnecting it from the motherboard and lining up the caddy for removal.
5) Lift the entire bracket straight up
To remove the primary harddrive (the only one present in my model) you must remove the blue L-shaped circuit board from the caddy.
1) Flip the caddy over
2) Remove the three screws with slightly larger head diameters around the perimiter of the caddy
3) Push/slide/jiggle the circuit board so the sata connectors release from the hard drive(s).
4) Unscrew the hard drive from the caddy
Locating the HHD in Toshiba will be the most difficult. They have put them in several different places in the machine over the years. First try any access panels on the machine (look for a small rectangle shaped panel aprox. 1x3, probably on the side), then check under the keyboard, on a couple of models they put them under the touch pad. It should be in a HHD caddy, that will slide out. The caddy will have at least one screw holding it and there will be two or four screws holding the HHD in the caddy. Also check to see if there is a connector on the end of the HHD, you'll need that. Once you've found it, put the new HHD back in the same as the old one and you there.
It is possible, maybe. I've done similar and only blew a surface mounted diode on the drive's circuit board. I located a blown drive and took that diode from it, soldered it to the one I blew and it worked.
So yes, if you can do similar to what I've described above. I have to tell you though, that's a longshot. **Please repost a comment before giving a rating other than Solved.