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Need more details on how to re connect the hard drive , but

But first on how to get to it from back to dis connect hard drive , and reconnect harddrive on Dell INSPIRON 1750 STEP BY STep would be nice thanks again , and hope this works . also will i loose info by doing this ?

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Try this;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQeHCjN3ods
And yes, all the data on the old drive stays with the old drive. You will need a usb to sata connector and then copy your data across.

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SOURCE: dell inspiron 1550

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins1501/en/index.htm

However, if it's really a 5150 (since the 1550 is a server) use this link:

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins5100/en/sm/display.htm#1084976
This will give you the exploded view.
Good luck. If you have already handled a thinkpad, I foresee no problem with this one. They're all pretty much the same.
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SOURCE: Will pass bios but then will not load windows

step 1. open up the case and locate your hard drive
step 2. carefully remove the cables and power to the hard drive and remove it
step 3. goto your local office depot, staples, walmart or radio shack and buy a nice new hard drive somewhere around 250 gigs should be plenty for you,
step 4. now that yopu have a nice new hard drive put it in the spot where your old hard drive was in the conputer and plug both cables back into the new hard drive, after this is done put your case back on and start the computer up with your windows cd in the cd rom drive and reinstall windows. :) hope this helps

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SOURCE: upgrade-replace Dell inspiron 6400 laptop's hard drive ???

Here's a guide on how to disassemble a Laptop. Maybe a tech savy friend can do it for you. If you want to pay to have somebody do it for you there are third party Laptop Repair Services.

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