For a T30 Laptop remove the single recessed screw nearest both edges of the bottom, front, left. Near the RAM cover plate. Remove the battery Open the LCD screen Gently pull the bezel assembly with the 3 round audio jacks.
The IBM/Lenova site has a service manual you can download. Ref t30enstg_67p4720.pdf
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First get a suitable type of drive which will have be SATA and make sure you have completed a backup of pics, music, favourites and documents also a valid copy of Windows or recovery DVD 1. Position the computer with the front toward you. 2.Remove the two Phillips screws that secure the hard drive cover to the computer. 3. Lift the left side of the hard drive cover swing it to right, and remove the cover. 4. Remove the three Phillips screws that secure the hard drive to the computer. 5. Use the plastic tab to slide the hard drive until it disconnects from the connector, then lift the hard drive up and out of the computer 6. Remove the 4 screws on the cage that holds the drive in place note which way the drive sits in the cage. 7. Is reversal of taking drive out
Remove the power cord, remove the battery, turn the laptop over and remove the screws from the cover that houses the hard drive. Most times there will be an icon of circular discs where the drive is located. Once the drive is exposed, remove any screws if any that hold it in place then carefully take the drive out. You will probably have to remove screws from the hard drive caddy once you remove the drive from the computer.
If the drive is not on the bottom then it will be located under the keyboard or palmrest.
I never knew a computer came in All-In-One's. That's for Multifunction Printers. Anyway, if you're asking how to get to the hard drive it's simple.
If you're talking about a desktop, then you simply remove the outer case usually secured by 4 or less screws. Then you can remove the hard drive which might have screws or some type of bracket holding it in place.
If you're talking about a laptop in most cases you simply turn the laptop over and on the bottom look for a cover that has 3 or 4 circular disks on it. That's the hard drive. Remove the screws that is holding the cover, then you will see the drive. The drive might be secured by screws also and it might be inside of what is called a caddy which has screws. Remove all screws to get the drive.
Solution 3 1.Remove theharddrive 2.Plugjumperon the harddrive 3.Plugthe harddrive,then turn on yourlaptop
Solution 4 1.Remove theharddrive,plug theexternal cable. 2.Connectthe harddriveto another computer,withUSBconnection 3.If the harddrive can bedetected,ejectthe harddrive 4.Plugthe harddriveto the laptop,then turn on Intended to makethe harddrive canworkwith thehelp ofanother computer
Solution 5 1.Remove thelaptop hard drive 2.Plugthe laptop hard driveto my PC. SATA1-PC hard drive SATA2-Laptopharddrive 3.Bootthe computer froma PCharddrive The purpose of usinga PCcomputermain-boardasdrivers ofthe laptop hard drive.
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Turn off your Toshiba Satellite, turn it over and remove the battery from its compartment on the bottom of the computer.
Locate the rectangular hard drive cover in the corner of the computer and use your Phillips head screwdriver remove the single screw holding it in place. A metal tab will now be exposed in the hard drive compartment.
Locate the single screw just below the hard drive compartment and remove it. This is the screw that holds the CD drive in place.
Use the tip of your screwdriver to push the metal tab in the hard drive compartment in as far as it will go. The CD drive will then pop slightly out of the side of the computer.
Grip the drive at its end and gently slide it out of the computer. You are now free to replace the CD drive if necessary
urn the laptop over. Position your laptop in
the direction so that the Toshiba label, on
the bottom of the hard panel, is facing you. Your Toshiba label is
positioned correctly if it is positioned on the upper-left side of the
external hard panel. Remove the battery pack from the bottom your
Toshiba laptop to be sure it is powered off.
Remove your laptop's external hard panel. This panel is the
external plastic layer on the back of your computer to cover
and protect your computer's most important hardware components. The
screws you need to remove are located on the four outermost corners of
the bottom of your laptop. Follow the chart guide listed in Tips for
screw and screw driver compatibility and removal. Distance your screws
from your workstation to avoid mixing them up and/or losing them.
Locate your hard drive panel drawer door when you have
totally removed the external hard panel. It is located where the smaller
door in the bottom-right panel was before your removed the external
hard panel. Your hard drive will be locked into this specific drawer
door and the computer itself. Completely unlock the hard drive and
remove the drawer from your laptop.
Remove the entire hard drive from the drawer door. Hold the
hard drive on all sides to ensure that you do not drop it. Place the
removed hard drive in an enclosure area to avoid damage of any kind.
Place the new hard drive in and put it back up.
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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Remove the DVD drive, and then there are 4 outer screws holding the hard drive chassis in place. There are also 4 inner screws that hold the hard drive to the removable hard drive chassis, those do not have to be removed to remove the hard drive from the computer. Carefully remove the screws so they don't fall into the holes on the sides of the screws, and then slide the hard drive out of the pin slots.