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Can’t open my Hp Pavilion n-67sa

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JasmineEyre, May 9, 2018.

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  1. JasmineEyre

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    Im trying to change the hard drive in my Hp laptop. Serial number: 5CD4132XOK. I’ve tried calling Hp for support but apparently they don’t support that laptop anymore.

    To get into the laptop, you first have to remove keyboard, followed by the plastic cover around the keyboard. It’s attached by clips, which unclip most of the way around the laptop. But, it gets stuck at the Cd tray and the USB socket next to the Cd tray. If I try to force it, the USB socket starts to come up as well. I’ve checked multiple time if I left any screws in and have watched tutorials to see if I’ve missed something. What could be holding it together? My dad has disassembled it before so it isn’t soldered together. I can’t contact him to ask how he did it so I’m hoping one of you guys might have an idea.

    Thanks for your time and consideration.
    Kind regards,
    Jasmine Eyre
     
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    Have you tried removing it with the CD tray ejected?
     
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    Here is a video of HP Pavilion 15-n290sa HDD Replacement/SSD Upgrade Guide ,similar
     
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