How to Replace a Laptop Hard Drive

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Replace a laptop hard drive by removing the face plate, unscrewing the hard drive caddy, taking out the hard drive and putting the new hard drive into place. Replace all of the screws and the face plate after installing a new laptop computer hard drive with instructions from a computer specialist in this free video on laptop hard drives.

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This is how to replace a laptop hard drive. First you look for your hard drive bay. Undo the screws. Lift off the face plate. This is your hard drive caddy. It may have more than one screw to undo. Slide it out, pop it out, there's your hard drive. There's some more screws holding that in. Okay, once that's done, you can pull your hard drive out, okay. You get another hard drive, I'm just going to use the same one, but basically just put it back in. Throw the screws back on. Throw it back in your bay, it slides in. Screw down the hard drive caddy. Throw your face plate back on, and screw it down. And that is how you replace a laptop hard drive.


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