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Take the back off af MEDION Erazer X7847

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Take the back off af MEDION Erazer X7847

I need to fix a dead hard drive. My smaller drive has died.

I cannot get the backoff. All screws look to me off.

Any one help?

Thanks. 

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Ignore that post. 

3 hidden screws under rubber pads.

I never knew the 128g drive was a ssd flash drive slot etc etc.

 

 

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Ignore that post. 

3 hidden screws under rubber pads.

I never knew the 128g drive was a ssd flash drive slot etc etc.

 

 

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Hi @martymcfly 

Welcome to the forums, i'll need to take a few more details from you before i guide you.
Could you give me the MSN number of your machine . it's on a sticker at the back (MSN:xxxxxxxx) , 8 digits.
And wether it is still under warranty.



Cheers!
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No need. 

Already DIY'd it 🙂

 

Perhaps you can tell me what type of memory this is and where i can get one?

SSD 128g. Keeps dissapearing in the bios.

 

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Hi @martymcfly,

 

I am glad you were able to sort your problem out.

 

Can you please inform me your NB's MSN number so I can provide you more details about this memory?

 

You can buy Medion products' spare parts, including memory, in our Medion Service Shop website.

 

Make sure you have chosen your country's flag and your preferred language on the top of the page and then go to "spare part search". Fill in the top blank space with your product's MSN number and once you find your memory on the list you can follow screen instructions to buy it.

 

Regards,

Gehringer

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I replaced the Medion SSD with this:

https://amzn.to/2WeNQpD

£35 and worked fine.

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