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HD replacement on Presario 6000



 
 
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Old March 17th 13, 10:27 PM posted to comp.arch.storage
MickeyMike
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Default HD replacement on Presario 6000


I know it may look like a stupid question, but here it is. I have a
Compaq Presario 6030CA Desktop and I want to remove the hard drive from
the casing in the computer. Now I've removed the side panel, power and
data cable and the two screws holding it in place. Now the drive is free
to move but I can't slide it out because something is holding it from
sliding out. I've verified with my hands underneath the casing holding
it in place but there is nothing I see or feel like a latch or a small
tab that could keep it from sliding out??? Anyone had that problem
before?...any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!!!




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