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What type of screwdriver did you use to remove the screws? Phillip Screwdriver How many screws secured the side panels? _ 2__________________________________________________________________ Step 3: Antistatic Wrist Strap. Put on an antistatic wrist strap. Connect one end of the conductor to the wrist strap. Clip the other end of the conductor to an unpainted, metal part of the case. If you have an antistatic mat, place it on the work surface and put the computer case on top of it. Ground the antistatic mat to an unpainted, metal part of the case. Step 4: Remove the Hard Drive. a. Locate the hard drive. Carefully disconnect the power and data cables from the back of the hard drive. Which type of data cable did you disconnect? SATA CABLE _____________________________________________________ © 2019 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 1 of 4
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Lab - Computer Disassembly b. Locate all of the screws that hold the hard drive in place. Use the proper size and type of screwdriver to remove the hard drive screws. Put all of these screws in one place and label them. What type of screws secured the hard drive to the case? __ Philip Screwdriver ____________________________________________________ How many screws secured the hard drive to the case? ___ 2_/ 4 ________________________________________________________________ Is the hard drive connected to a mounting bracket? If so, what type of screws secure the hard drive to the mounting bracket? ___ No _______________________________________________________________________ Caution: Do NOT remove the screws that hold the hard drive together. c. Gently remove the hard drive from the case. Look for a jumper reference chart on the hard drive. If there is a jumper installed on the hard drive, use the jumper reference chart to see if the hard drive is set for a Master, Slave, or Cable Select (CS) drive. Place the hard drive in an antistatic bag.
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  • Fall '19
  • Personal computer, Hard disk drive, Serial ATA, Screwdriver

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