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How to remove the hard disks from a packard bell UTOW-SAN pc

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On Most computers, all that you have to do is remove the side (thumb screw on the back) use a screwdriver to take out the 2-4 screws on the hard drive, unplug the cables and pull out the hard drive. Be sure to discharge your static before rooting around in your computer by touching a large metal object for 10-20 sec. Good luck!!

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Just open the casing by sliding the doors and you can see the hardisk and jusy remove the screws or slide it if there is any lock

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