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I just cannot get the harddrive out of this machine. I removed al the scews I can see, but even after removing the front of the case, I still can not get to the scews that prevent me from removing the hdd. Is there a way to pull out the metal caddy that the harddrive is scewed to? I yanked on it but so far to no avail. Am a little frustrated. :)

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I suggest you go to the Gateway WEB site and download a user manual for your model Gateway computer.
Click on this link select your model computer to download : -
http://driver-pro.com/related/english/hardware-drivers/?a=12221&gclid=COmm19XHtpwCFSMSagodPRuwnQ&hit=1

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