How to replace the disk in an Asus Eee PC 904HA

Netbooks are becoming more and more popular and their convenience is becoming more evident by the day. The main purpose of netbooks is portability, they are not meant to be powerhouses. The main theme usage is to be “net-centric”, which means you must use a netbook for web applications. The reason stems from its lack of power (memory and processor) compared to regular laptops. However, in just a few simple steps, you can beef up your netbook hard drive. Things You’ll Need
Slot Hard Drive
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Take off the panel covering your hard drive, it’s at the bottom of the netbook. Do this by removing the screws holding the panel to the rear with your screwdriver. Pull the attached plastic tab and slide it out. This should
come out of the netbook body case.

Remove the hard drive and replace it with the new hard drive by sliding it into place.

Replace the panel covering the hard drive and put all screws back.

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