How to Open a FreeAgent Drive Box

The Seagate FreeAgent is an external hard drive enclosed in a plastic case that connects to the computer via a universal serial bus (USB) cable. If your Seagate hasn’t been working properly, you can actually open the drive and take a look inside. The car case is secured by internal clamps, but with the right tool they can be released. It shouldn’t take long to get the job done. Things You’ll Need
Hobby Knife or Screwdriver
Show More Instructions
Insert the tip of the stylus or screwdriver into the opening on the side of the unit’s case, exactly where the top of the case meets the body.

Work your way around the side of the case, gently popping each of the built-in locking clips as you go.

Insert the tip of the stylus or screwdriver into the opening on the opposite side of the unit and work your way around it until the clips are released. <Br>

Hold the unit by the top and pull the top cover out of the case. The actual hard drive will now be visible inside the housing.

Related articles
· How to Configure Folders on Your Jump Drive
· How to Troubleshoot a Sun DL Tape Drive…
· What is an I/O Device Error on a m…
· What kind of parts are on a computer hard drive…
· How to troubleshoot a portable drive reformat…
· How to Take Off Write Protection on an SD Card
· How to set a CD as a Master slave
· You can put three hard drives in a 4-Bay
· How to get a SanDisk drive to work on Win98
· SATA Hard Vs Drive. Solid State
Featured articles
· How to Replace a DVD ROM on a Dell Inspiron 5150
· How to Connect a Logitech Webcam to a MacBook Pro
· How to Get a Laptop to Read an SDHC Card
· How to Delete Airport From a Mac Laptop
· How to use a DVD-RW
· The Disadvantages of a Mac Notebook
· How to reformat a dual partition disk on a MacB…
· How to Explain an Irregular Sized Disc
· How to Install a SATA Hard Drive in an iMicro Box
· How to reset a HDD password on an Acer Aspire 3680

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *