Question about Fujitsu AMILO PC Laptops
Remove all sources of power.
Turn the laptop upsite down, now you may be lucky and there's just one
screw holding the drive in, You''ll have to image a little here but look on the side of the laptop to where the drive front is, note where the middle of the drive draw is and follow that point along the bottom of the laptop about 4-5 inches you may find a screw, on its own and out of alignment with any others. That should be all you need to undo and the drive should come out.
It could well be different, that's my Amilo, If there's nothing obvious look for an open padlock logo by a screw. After that you're on for removing the whole back plate of the laptop............. Good Luck.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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