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How can I remove the plastic with 2.5 SSD guide to change NVME SSD

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Post time 2023-03-21 02:04:52 | Show all posts |Read mode
I bought beelink ser5 Pro 5800H 32GB, with 512GB nvme SSD.


It runs well, and I really loved with this product, because I did not expect this performance.

But there is a one problem. When it delivered  I want to change nvme ssd, because I already have Samsung 980 Pro 1TB.

So I opened backside of the product, and I found that there is some plastic cover (it seems guide 2.5 size ssd with Fan) And I removed some screws but It seems that I cannot remove the plastic cover stuff.

I searched it in youtube, and someone removed that one, but he didn't show how to remove. So I just use default ssd for now. But I want to change my ssd.

Is there anyone, knows how to do that?
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Post time 2023-03-21 02:14:56 | Show all posts
Please remove the SATA port, there are 2 extra screws left and right, make sure you don't pull very hard, or else you will ruin the ribbon, just remove the screws and move it outside, then after you remove it, pull gently the cover, and if you want it off completely, pull the fan plug under it. You can change the m.2 without pulling the extra fan plug, just put the cover on the side.
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fxnoob replied at 2023-03-21 02:14
Please remove the SATA port, there are 2 extra screws left and right, make sure you don't pull very  ...

Thanks for the answer. I also saw the SATA port and 2 screws. But I will try again thanks!
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writingdevelope replied at 2023-03-21 02:50
Thanks for the answer. I also saw the SATA port and 2 screws. But I will try again thanks!

Hello,
Have you done it succussfully?
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