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Windows 7: How might I go about removing a hard drive from Dell Studio XPS 1645


25 Feb 2012   #1

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How might I go about removing a hard drive from Dell Studio XPS 1645

Hi there,

I am wanting to remove the hard drive from my Dell Studio xps 1645 laptop but would not know how to as I have only built desktop computers previously.

Also, are there any things I should check for when opening my laptop/ things I should definitely not do/ should do if it has not been opened since ive had it for over a year?


Thanking you!

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25 Feb 2012   #2

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You find the Service Manual for your machine. THIS ONE IS FOR THE 1640:
Documentation
It might be close enough for the task, otherwise search for the exact manual for the 1645.

Go to "hard drive" and follow the steps.
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25 Feb 2012   #3

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thanks very much
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