Daniel Avrit: Thanks dude! Very helpful! I thought I was missing more screws, but it was
just that stupid push-tab.
Phia Crenshaw: Many thanks! Thought I was nutty! Which is still a possibility!
Jeffrey Roberts: HP makes this needlessly difficult. Desktops from other companies lets you
easily replace a hard drive. You do it in just a few minutes with easy
Michiel van der Blonk: Actually, HP does have it in their servicing guide. Strangely enough this
guide is not available online, but it is on your hard drive (if you can
access it haha). Anyway, start the HP support assistant, choose User
Guides, then Upgrading and Servicing Guide. You can find it in
C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\User Guides, which is
a link to C:\hp\documentation\usgvn2_EN.xps
Everything is explained step by step with pictures.
Todd Dewsnup: OMG thank you so much... I was about to start cutting metal to get that hd
Bridgett Backer: I was at the banging and pulling stage when I found your video. Thanks!
Jennifer Henley: AHAHAHA awesome, thank you! We saw the logo that said to push then pull but
we couldn't find the damn tab. This video is exactly what we needed.
Kevin McDermott: Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I was about to take a blowtorch to the case in order to remove the hard
Varekai0723: Thank you! I was about to lose my goddamn mind trying to figure this out.
Art Effects: I don't think you needed to take the fan off to do that being that all you
had to do was take the casing out like you did and take the screws out
after but yes good video I had the same problem thanks
KoMo PN: Omg just like you i was trying to shake it off and everything thanks for
Yak Almighty: thanks so much man i was struggling for the past hour trying to get it out
Stephen Taylor: Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I got as far as you did at the beginning
(taking out the fan and everything else), but hadn't yet found that tab to
release the drive bay. You saved me a night of frustration!
Breezer HD: Thank you so freaking much!
rocknrollzombie: Thanks for the video man. Its so easy once you know how to do it.
Alexander Pozhitkov: Dude, thanks for the video. I was so angry at this stupid thing, almost
smashed it to the ground.
Tyler Haslam: Had the same trouble getting it loose. Found this video and took two
seconds. Best part was when I noticed the instructions for the cage's
removal are engraved on it. Thanks
AlakhNiranjan17: You made my day! To hell with HP for super complicated design. But you are
an angel!! as somebody said before removing fan was not a requirement to me.
Pushing forward was a key to me.. Thanks and God Bless :)
sipandtrip320: I was shaking the hell out of the drive bay. Thank you!
David Southard: Just what I needed to know...press and slide. Thanks!
Norbury53: I was trying to help someone do that over Skype (not knowing the procedure)
and your video was immensely helpful - thanks heaps. (Liked). Of course now
we have to get it all back together ;-).
Ken Poisson: Thank you!. Never would have thought to push the lever. You're awesome!
TheTudinh: Somebody help me please. Can a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 fit in this computer
VidLeslie: Thank you so much. I have an hp753n and I was trying so hard to take out
the hard drive. The setup inside is different but it also has a button that
needs to be pressed in order to take out the whole assembly before removing
the hard drive.
ferda didar ünal: you saved my life , i mean my nerves :D
Jan van Dijk: Thanks!!
Chillout, it's danii.: Holy crap thank you xD I literally struggled for an hour trying to pull the
box towards me while pushing the tab in. All i had to do was pull it out.
Eric Carter: You should consider redoing the video. people are still watching it and
believing that they have to remove the CPU fan because of what you said.
Ben Dover: Ty
xxyoloxx04: I have an hp pavilion desktop and my hard drive went out trying to get a
replacement its an sata hard drive but it have like a support screw right
in the middle of it could anyone let me know the type of hard drive I need
to get or if I can get one with out the screw in the middle of it
dzikikapitalizm: Thank you! Very helpful!
Razorx2112: My hard drive cage looks the same. All you have to do is push the tab and
shove the cage forward. You don't need to remove any screws or the fan.
Zack Long: This has been baffling me for far too long. Thank you kindly!
TheJ3LLiB34N: thank you sir!
Marvin Ellis: Hello! Guys the only two screws he needed to remove were the two at the
top. Push the tab down and push forward. Removing the fan and all that
other jazz was not necessary.
pdsoft games: This saved me a ton of trouble, thanks!
Manjit Gill: Yo to be honest, same crap happened to me lmfao, I was getting so pissed
off cuz I couldn't pull out the hard drive, now when I watched the video, I
was like "Wow...I thought that stupid metal thing was just useless..."
Guess not >_>
SocialGameClub: thank you bro!
Eddie Lopez: Thank you!
Sarah Miller: Thank you very very much
Ravi K. Bahl, P.A.: That's was great. I was really struggling with this & then with your help
- Voila!!!!!!! :)
Tracy Langdon Quintrell: Great video, but DO NOT REMOVE THE FAN! You can get the HD out without it.
I removed it and had to find out the hard way that it bent a lot of the
gold pins and kept the computer from working. Otherwise, great video :)
Keith Johnson: This was tremendously helpful, thank you!
Razorx2112: Thank You Much!
Bryant Lee: Thanks, little thing with a big help
Pakun Saketo: ugh thank you so much for this! I had absolutely no idea how to get it out
because of the screws on the side<-<
shanice rouswell: Thank you for this I was struggling for nearly an hour !
Che Xin: great help!!!
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.
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