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by kotchki / January 8, 2011 1:51 AM PST

Tried everything cannot open computer to insert new disk

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You HAVE to be kidding!!
by Coryphaeus / January 8, 2011 6:49 AM PST
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Reread your post. What is missing? Did you read the red note below where you posted this question?

Since there are a gazillion Compaq towers, what do you think we may need?

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Guessing here...
by Willy / January 10, 2011 12:22 AM PST
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You offered no details.

WAG here, but goto the Compaq support website and locate your model#. There find the details for HD replacement( I assume new HD), that's the same info as adding 2nd or swapping out old HD. In most cases, if no screws are present o open case, locate a "latch", depress and slide side cover back or up to remove. If you have a model that's a "clam type" you need to open as if like a book, spread the case open. I hope this helps. Once again, it always helps if you provide details of your PC as much as possible.

tada -----Willy Happy

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