The hard drive is a storage device that permanently stores information. If you have a faulty hard drive or you are upgrading it, this guide will help you replace it.
Remove the stylus from its port and set aside.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the 8 PH1 Phillips fasteners until you hear an audible click.
Using a plastic opening tool, gently pry the bottom cover from the laptop.
Work the plastic opening tool around the edges of the bottom cover undoing all of the plastic clips, as shown in the picture.
Place your fingers around the edges of the cover and remove it.
Pull back the plastic heat shield over the hard drive without tearing or completely removing it.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the PH1 Phillips fastener and set it aside.
Using your index finger and thumb, gently pull the hard drive from its connection and remove it from the laptop.