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How to Remove the Optical DVD Drive from an Extensa 4620Z

by Racco76 / September 20, 2008 1:45 AM PDT

I want to remove and replace the DVD/CD Drive, I understand that one screw holds it in, but I cant find it. Can someone help?

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Drive removal
by Phil Crase / September 20, 2008 10:08 PM PDT

With the drive in the open position, look at the bottom, usually there is a very small screw that you remove and the drive should just slide out.

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4620Z DVD Drive Removal
by fbarich / May 12, 2009 4:27 AM PDT

Open the main access panel on the back of the laptop - do not split case.

Remove both memory chips (located in the middle), then put laptop on it's edge with dvd drive down. Go back to memory chip location and you will see two silver screws holding the dvd drive to a bracket. Remove these, then use a paper clip to pop open dvd drive and give it a tug and it should come out - replace and reverse procedure.

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