Климов Дмитрий: You must be a damn genious, man! I've spent like 10 minutes on trying to
figure this out on my own, and another 20 minutes on googling and searching
on the stupid HP web-site! Thank you man, you really saved me an evening! :)
Hello from Russia :)
J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc.: Mahalo bradah. You sound like local guy. You in Hawaii?
DRASTIC ye: Took of fan by accident and now my PC makes blowing noise for 5 seconds and
shuts off. What do I do???)
Roland Portillo: Thanks for taking the time to post this... it's so easy when you know how!!
You saved me a lot of effort.
jimmiegoforthewin: Thanks, I tried shakin' and pullin' the cage', pushing that tab and slidin'
does it so easy its silly.
Richard Pope: You're awesome dude. I did it all without taking out the fan but thank you
for the tips!
tdowns: That's just what I came here to find. Thank you.
Savraj Atwal: Do not remove the fan unless you really need to, You will have to replace
the thermal paste if you do. Also if you have an AMD CPU take care they
have pins at the bottom that can ruin.
Take care, a great video.
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 >_>
Lee Wexler: DUDE YOU ARE THE MAN. THANK YOU
TR3NT1111: Nice vid man
Menace2GamerZ: same dam thing happend to me -_- i was messing with the lever but i still
counldnt get it out until i saw this video -_-
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 :)
Alex Peralta: Thank you! I was stuck on the tab to remove the HDD for the longest. I was
just like you, pulling and fighting it trying to make it come out.
heather gardiner: Awesome video... Thank you so much!
nerhe07: Thanks a lot for the tip! I came close to using a hammer to get that hard
drive bay out.
Shane Augustine: Very Helpful!! I was just going through this with a HP Pavilion a6622f.
Thanks a million!! Saved me the time and headache!!
Osita Okonkwo: Fantastic! Just helped me a LOT!
big423: his guy is is freak up
David Piers: You're a star. Spent a bit of time bending, pulling and twisting to no
avail. Many thanks :-)
Aaron B: Thanks, Man! Totally fixed my problem!
Christopher Crawford: Well done MrKT3001...you were able to explain exactly how to remove the
hard drive cage! Saved me a lot of frustration and BS. Have a drink on me!
Sean O'Brien: When you showed the little lever, i had a massive OOOOOOHHHHhh! moment.
Thank you very much.
Sara Stanford: Thank you so much! I needed to get my old hard drives out before sending
my old computer for recycling, was driving me crazy!!
Daisy Valencia: No need to remove the fan. Just the 2 screws and push down on the lever.
Michael Lowe: Ok. i have an hp m9500f basically very similar to yours. But. there is a
slot/ space ontop of (the master hard drive) where another drive can be
added. this presents the problem of not enough space for my hand and the
tool to remove the fastenings. any help you could offer?
Mark Frisch: Thanks for this video. I almost took it to Best Buy because I could not get
the hard drive bay out. I even pushed on the tab and pulled up not knowing
you have to slide it forward and then pull up. Thanks again you saved me
probably $100.00 dollars.
Floating High: Thanks for the help, sometimes the internet can be a magical place.
Hussen K: thank you very much ! that sh***t took me forever to figure out.
TheModa Foka: This guy saved my life. This crap is why HP is going down. What's wrong
with the standard case design in which you just remove the 4 screws and
slide the HD. They just freaked up with this piece of crap.
Jackal4277: Thank you so much. I was pulling the hell outta that that thing.
M. Malcomb: Thanks Man I was trying to pull up also instead of push forward. I was
going to throw the whole thing out the wndow.
Joe Sidwell: Thanks! I was about to get midevil on the thing. It's just like HP to make
a simple thing like changing a hard drive a complete mystery unless you
happen to know the secret of the tab.
Ethan Judkins: Thanks man
Kitler: Thanks mate I have three spare desktop HDDs one SATA and two IDE .
Dinozzo: god dammit :P been trying to figure out how to get it out for ages :P tyy :P
MrKT3001: what year is it
CheezyPr0ductionz: Dang you saved me a lot of time Bob. Thanks
Ramy Warda: Help! I recently replaced the HDD in my HP Pavilion Elite and now it won't
turn on at all. There is a green light on the PSU indicating that it's
receiving power, but pressing the power button does nothing. No fans turn
on, nothing onscreen.... I tried disconnecting everything inside and
connecting it back. Still, no luck.... how does this happen from replacing
weegeespaghetti432: its the screw on the front side thats supposed to open the case
Daniel Farias Armenta: Thanks! You saved me a lot of time :)
Jesse Custer: Ha, thanks for the video, the last hp I had that crashed I had to cut the
damn hard drive out, now I feel like an ass. lol
sammysf415: can you put an old hard drive from one comuter and put it in another
computer just by connecting then and nothing else
vman65: Thanks man, finally got it out. it was beginning to drive me nuts. Cheers.
Fahad asat: Mine is 2002, so 10 years old atm.
Darksoul115LP .: thank you
VideoNewZ9: oh and at 450 its written on the case engraved in fact but i didn't know
javier moreno: I spent half an hr and then I watched your video and pushed the lil evil
botton. Problem solved. thank you.
Julian Ausar: Dude meant well in posting this video--but don't take out your fan or
remove RAM, or any other connectors. I did this while trying to change hard
drive and messed up my motherboard. The only thing that's holding hard
drive in the computer frame/tower is the two screws on top of hard drive
case. Remove those two and press down on the tab button to move it forward
to release it.
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