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  1. Before you begin, be sure to turn off your laptop and unplug it from the outlet.
    • Before you begin, be sure to turn off your laptop and unplug it from the outlet.

    Wouldn’t the risk of ESD damage be a bigger concern than electrical shock from a 20V/90W power supply? I mean, it would hurt, but it almost certainly wouldn’t kill you.

    Arie Copley-Radder - 답글

  2. Flip the computer upside down.
    • Flip the computer upside down.

    • The red rectangle shows the location of the battery.

  3. Locate the two switches that lock the battery. Push the left-hand switch outward into the "unlocked" position. Locate the two switches that lock the battery. Push the left-hand switch outward into the "unlocked" position. Locate the two switches that lock the battery. Push the left-hand switch outward into the "unlocked" position.
    • Locate the two switches that lock the battery. Push the left-hand switch outward into the "unlocked" position.

  4. Now push and hold the right clip to the right while using your other hand to gently slide the battery away from the computer. Now push and hold the right clip to the right while using your other hand to gently slide the battery away from the computer. Now push and hold the right clip to the right while using your other hand to gently slide the battery away from the computer.
    • Now push and hold the right clip to the right while using your other hand to gently slide the battery away from the computer.

  5. Locate the hard drive enclosure (marked by the red rectangle).
    • Locate the hard drive enclosure (marked by the red rectangle).

  6. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to unscrew the single screw that holds down the hard drive enclosure cover. The screw is designed to remain within the plastic cover. Don't worry about extracting it completely.
    • Use a small Phillips screwdriver to unscrew the single screw that holds down the hard drive enclosure cover.

    • The screw is designed to remain within the plastic cover. Don't worry about extracting it completely.

    • Carefully remove the hard drive enclosure cover.

  7. Gently pull the black pull tab out from above the hard drive. Continue pulling on the pull tab until the hard drive and the two plastic rails come out of the enclosure. Pull on the tab firmly but slowly. The hard drive should come out of the enclosure effortlessly. Pull on the tab firmly but slowly. The hard drive should come out of the enclosure effortlessly.
    • Gently pull the black pull tab out from above the hard drive. Continue pulling on the pull tab until the hard drive and the two plastic rails come out of the enclosure.

    • Pull on the tab firmly but slowly. The hard drive should come out of the enclosure effortlessly.

  8. Remove the plastic rails from the old SSD/hard drive and place them on the new SSD/hard drive. Remove the plastic rails from the old SSD/hard drive and place them on the new SSD/hard drive. Remove the plastic rails from the old SSD/hard drive and place them on the new SSD/hard drive.
    • Remove the plastic rails from the old SSD/hard drive and place them on the new SSD/hard drive.

    One question: I wanted to replace my broken ssd with a new one. What do I do with the black plastic pull tab? I cannot really take it off and put it on the new drive. I'm afraid I wont be able to pull it out again if I don't have this on the new one. Or do I need to buy one? What is it called properly? Would be great to get some help on this!

    Rete - 답글

결론

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

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Hy sir

i have one question about this laptop lenovo x230 thinkpad i have internald SSD 128 i want to increase in 500GB any body can tell me

which size of ssd possible for lenovo think pad x230 and which company thanks

nisarahmed_980 - 답글

It looks to be a 2.5 in hard drive/solid state drive.

Nageek Gamer -

500GB will work fine.

John X - 답글

500 GB will work fine.

John X - 답글

Hi,

I have an lenovo thinkpad x230t convertible laptop, which I want to upgrade with a ssd what are the specifications I should be looking for in a ssd so that it would be compatible with my laptop,

Thanks in advance

adwaitgaikwad - 답글

It has to be a 2.5” drive, and 7mm thick. That’s all you need to make sure of; it’ll work fine once you’ve got the OS installed on it.

Kaleb White -

Hi, I already upgraded my x230 to SSD from Samsung. I need to upgrade it now to M.2 SSD. Is that possible even if I have to use the WWAN slot.

Looking forward for your thoughts

Hani - 답글

Sorry, but X230 doesn’t have the M.2 slot. It has mSata instead. You are supposed to install the mSata drive into mPCI-E slot.

Murad Karammaev (foxpy) -

My x230 does not have plastic rails holding the HD. Instead the 500 GB HD is held in an aluminum cassette by four screws.

I want to change the HD to an SSD type. Can the x230 handle a 1TB SSD? Is there a maximum size by design. FYI I am using Linux not Windows.

Thanks

James Simmons - 답글

In my x230 i have 320GB seagate SATA II HDD. I want to upgrade it to 500GB Toshiba SATA III. dose x230 support SATA III HDD?

Alif Uz Zaman - 답글

X230 does support SATA III. All the 30 series ThinkPads (ones with a 3rd gen Intel CPU) support SATA III, and SATA is backwards-compatible anyway so even if your specific X230 won’t do SATA III, it’ll still run.

Kaleb White -

WHY REMOVE BATTERY FIRST?

I find I could just unscrew and remove the HDD slot cover and plugged in a spare SSD.

Have I done something detrimental to the well-being by not removing the battery first?

Regards

neKoTeen

neohkl - 답글

Removing the battery is just a safety measure to ensure that the system is completely without power.

Johannes -

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