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Re: replace dvd drives
Never taken that one apart. But if it doesn't slide out the back it will slide out the front. Sometimes they have latches. Sometimes I have to take the front Bezel off so that drives will slide out the front. Got a digital camera to send me pics?
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have to be a little more clear with the question depends on where you want them removed if the computer oh intalar system for a non-dvd if the system goes to control panel and look for oction says oh add remove program if you want to put a DVD without need only to plug the computer and remove the cable and put the other one wants to
ok to be clear you want to change the dvd cd rom drive corrct? here how to first thing first take of both sides of the computer (im telling how to for 99'9% of comuters not specifcly yours) there will be 2 screws on each side of the drive take these out now 2 ways to remove from here it will 1 slide out the front or 2 it will be stuck from the from becouse the farsade is holding it in (remember to take both cables out the back of the dvd rom drive) if its 2 then then there will be 2 ways to go from here if there is a lot of space at the back then take it out there if the box with wires is in the way there are 4 screws holing it on take these out and move but dont take all the wires out of everywhere the box of wires (psu) then take out old dvd rom drive and replace it put the psu back in and screw it in then screw in the dvd rom and wire it back up your done turn on the computer it will go to windows and install new device if howver there is not a lot of room and removing the psu wont help then you need to remove the farsade at the from (front cover) ther eis normaly 6 clips at the side push these to remove the farsade and pull ou the dvd rom and replace it that way hope this helps i can provide further info if needed just ask
see if there the motherboard is secured onto a rack that can slide out of the casing. most newer computers have this feature. if not, you will have to unscrew the dvd drive from the casing to get to memory slots. unplug the drive, find the mounting screws, and remove the drive. remember to plug everything back up (power, interface cable, digital cable if present).
Hi Jerry I have written down steps on how to remove the DVD-Rom drive for you. Toshiba notebooks most screws are marked. F4 - flat-head screw 4mm long B6 - button-head screw 6mm long F16 - flat-head screw 16mm long B8 - button-head screw 8mm long When you are taking apart a laptop you'll have to deal with lots of screws. Keep everything organized.I keep them in small cups separated easier to find and don’t get lost. 1.Remove the laptop battery 2.Carefully lift off the securing strip at the top of the keyboard. 3.Remove the keyboard securing strip. 4.Remove all screws securing the laptop keyboard. 5.Disconnect the keyboard cable from the system board. Lift the edges of the connector first and then carefully disconnect the keyboard cable. 6.Remove screws securing the power switch board. 7.Disconnect the USB cable from the system board \motherboard 8.Lift off the power switch board. 9.Remove all screw from the support plate. 10.Remove the DVD drive securing screw. 11.Slide the DVD drive to the right and remove it. 12.Slide in the new DVD drive and follow this backwards.
Hope this helps it is not hard just have to take time an becareful when removing the securing strip at the top of the keyboard to get to screws.
Any questions I will be glad to help answer for you.