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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hard Disk upgrade
Figured this out...
1) Flip laptop over, keep front of laptop closest to you and hinges away from you 2) Remove cover with cylinder/harddrive icon (2 screws) 3) Remove small single silver screw near the front (close to you) of the laptop in the center of the metal harddrive caddy (the caddy may hold one or two hard drives) 4) Pull the plastic tab on the left toward the outside of the laptop... the whole caddy with harddrive(s) inside will shift to the left, disconnecting it from the motherboard and lining up the caddy for removal. 5) Lift the entire bracket straight up
To remove the primary harddrive (the only one present in my model) you must remove the blue L-shaped circuit board from the caddy. 1) Flip the caddy over 2) Remove the three screws with slightly larger head diameters around the perimiter of the caddy 3) Push/slide/jiggle the circuit board so the sata connectors release from the hard drive(s). 4) Unscrew the hard drive from the caddy
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
here is the awser to all you problems :-)
Get thise drivers:
download the drivers and unzip them (in case they come archived) in a desired location. Then download and install the Nlite application. When you start the Nlite application, you will be asked to provide the location for the Windows installation package. Insert the genuine Windows Installation CD into the CD drive and, inside the application, select the CD drive letter.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
I agree, take a Seagate 500 GB 7200 RPM drive for laptops. The standards for the connections are same. So that would not be a problem. Make sure its for laptop and not the desktop one.
Posted on May 14, 2009
It seems that your notebook does not have sata connection to Hard drive. Your harddrive is IDE connection. Sorry but you can't use SATA on this laptop.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
Hi this hard drive will work with your laptop all it needs to be is to have a SATA connection cable
2.5 inch = laptop
3.5 inch = Computer
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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