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#2단계의 변경 사항

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편집 승인됨 완료자 Jake Devincenzi

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[* red] Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the four metal spacers (pegs) from the old HDD and install them in the same places on your new HDD.
[* black] Reconnect the two SATA cables to the new hard drive.
[* icon_note] If the new HDD is thinner than the old one, you may need to unscrew the spacers a few turns to prevent the drive from rattling around.
[* icon_note] To save power and reduce waste heat, use a "green" (power-saving) hard drive or a low-speed (5400 RPM) drive.
[* icon_reminder] Be sure to format your new HDD using the Airport Utility when you are done and the Time Capsule is reassembled. You might have to hard reset Time Capsule after installation.
[* icon_reminder] Be sure to format your new HDD using the Airport Utility when you are done and the Time Capsule is reassembled. You might have to hard reset Time Capsule after installation.
[* black] It is possible to test run the unit before it is fully reassembled. If you do so, reconnect the fan and replace the metal shield / fan assembly (without installing the screws) before turning it on to prevent electrical shock and overheating.