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EasyNote MX37-U-004 Hard Drive.

I'd like to upgrade the HD but nowhere can i find information on doing so...nothing in the manual or help files...in fact on this machine i cannot even see where it is...being used to IBM machines where everything is easily accessible i'm a little lost here even locating the HD...i can find generic pics of the MX series but the machine i have does not relate to the pics given...no info etc on where the HD is located and removal instructions.

Any info please...Thanks.

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Wow, you're right, nothing online for these. I recently had a Packard Bell machine through my shop, it was a different model, but I remember the hard drive being under the keyboard. I'm going to suggest looking under the keyboard. At the very minimum, you might be able to locate it, with the keyboard off.

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You can find the ENGLISH USER MANUAL here (in PDF format) = in the DOCUMENT section (third from LEFT to RIGHT).
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