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Sony Vaio Tap 21 SVT212A11L Hard Drive Replacement

필요한 것

  1. Sony Vaio Tap 21 SVT212A11L Hard Drive Replacement, Hard Drive: 1 단계, 이미지 1/1
    • Locate the hard drive.

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    • Locate the 13mm screws for the hard drive and use the JIS 0 screwdriver to unscrew.

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    • Gently lift the hard drive upwards.

    • Ensure you have a gentle hold on the hard drive cable.

    • Gently pull the cable from the base where the cable header meets the hard drive.

    • To ensure no damage is done on the cable header, pull the header gently from both sides at the same time or gently from the center.

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    • Locate the screws.

    • Using the JIS 0 screwdriver, unscrew the 4mm screws.

    • Gently lift the frame after screws have been taken out.

결론

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

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Is that a M.2 SSD Slot on the motherboard?

tedsoldier - 답글

Nope, that’s an mPCIE/mSATA slot, not an m.2 slot. Look at the retention screw position: m.2 uses a centre screw, mPCIE/mSATA uses a corner screw.

Spencer Martin Navarra Chew -

Yes, there is an M.2 SSD slot on the left side of the motherboard. I’ve installed a 256GB SSD in the slot on my VT21

Bill Scharf - 답글

No, it’s clearly an mPCIE/mSATA slot, not m.2. The pin/notch configuration and retention screw position make it easy to identify.

You must be using a mPCIE or mSATA SSD.

Spencer Martin Navarra Chew -

Spencer Martin Navarra Chew is correct about this slot. My mistake.

Bill Scharf -

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