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Opening a Zenith Swan Notebook

By nylesn ·
I have a Zenith Swan Pientium Notebook in which the hard drive crashed. I brought it to a shop because I could not open the notebook without causing damage. The shop has had the notebook now for two weeks because they cannot open it. Aside from using a hammer, how do you open this notebook to replace the hard drive?

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by BV2 In reply to Opening a Zenith Swan Not ...

Things you could try - tabs on the keyboard that would flip it up and show screws that need to be removed - screws buried under the rubber feet under the bottom of the notebook - plastic tabs within the drive bay that would release the case - umm...i can't think of other ways off the top of my head, but I've never been unable to open a laptop - especially after two weeks time...

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by nylesn In reply to Opening a Zenith Swan Not ...

These are all obvious solutions that have been explored.

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by BV2 In reply to Opening a Zenith Swan Not ...

Well, since there are no screws and no clips, it must be one solid piece of molded plastic - throw it away.

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