Introduction

How to replace the optical drive of an HP ProBook 440 G1.

Pièces

Aucune pièce nécessaire.

  1. Make sure the laptop is turned off  before you start. Push and hold the release tab on the right and left toward the center.
    • Make sure the laptop is turned off before you start.

    • Push and hold the release tab on the right and left toward the center.

  2. Pull the battery out. Pull the battery out.
    • Pull the battery out.

  3. Push and hold the release tabs on the right and left toward the center again. Push and hold the release tabs on the right and left toward the center again. Push and hold the release tabs on the right and left toward the center again.
    • Push and hold the release tabs on the right and left toward the center again.

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  5. Slide the backplate off.
    • Slide the backplate off.

  6. Locate the optical drive, near the battery on the right side. Locate the optical drive, near the battery on the right side.
    • Locate the optical drive, near the battery on the right side.

  7. Remove the Philips PM2.5x6.0 screw that attaches the optical drive to the computer. Remove the Philips PM2.5x6.0 screw that attaches the optical drive to the computer. Remove the Philips PM2.5x6.0 screw that attaches the optical drive to the computer.
    • Remove the Philips PM2.5x6.0 screw that attaches the optical drive to the computer.

  8. Slowly remove the optical drive, by pulling it straight out of the slot. Slowly remove the optical drive, by pulling it straight out of the slot.
    • Slowly remove the optical drive, by pulling it straight out of the slot.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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