To get started, you'll need a hard drive or SSD in the same way as your laptop, usually 2.5 inches with SATA 3 display. You will also need a screw star able to remove the screws.
Remove the old hard drive
The first step is to take find the bay where the hard drive is stored laptop. As a rule in most of them, you can get on the hard drive without having to "completely" find a laptop, they are a bay that can be accessed from the bottom of the computer by removing between four to four screws.
In the form of an image, we would remove one screw and, to pull it off, remove the protective plastic cover. Below will be a hard disk, and here depends on the type of laptop we can remove by pulling the plastic strap attached, or you may have something for screws we will need to remove
As a general rule, discs will be disconnected from the gray metal housing. First we have to remove this house, and once done, we can remove the hard drive. You have to be careful lift first from the opposite direction where there are SATA connectors then drag toward the other.
The next step we must do is to clear the case to remove the hard drive.
Mount a new disk or SSD
Now we have to do a dynamic process. To place a new disk or SSD in metal housing, we have to remove it. After that, we carefully insert the case onto the laptop, matching it with the SATA ports to connect to, and then, jumping the case where it was.
The final step is to replace the original removable cover and it will have a new hard disk either SSD installed on laptop. Of course, as a general rule, this SSD will be empty unless we have done the hard drive before, so it's a task that we recommend you do before you get rid of any data, whether it's a new computer, and the operating system and installed programs so you don't have to spend time installing the operating system and others. .
As you can see, the process is very simple and should not take more than 5 minutes to complete. However, each laptop is unique and not all have an external bay as in the example set. In some models, it is necessary to distribute the entire lower part of the laptop or the upper part, in addition to integrating other components. Be careful when you do that, because in those cases you can sometimes leave the warranty.