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I am trying to open my HP pavillion n5495 notebook to put in a new hard drive. I cant get to the last 4 screws in back. help!

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The 4 screws are blocked by the screen. They are under the screen and un reachable. I know I need to lift the screen panal up to get to it, but how?
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Go to this link  http://www.bixnet.com/hppasenohadr.html  
There are detailed instructions on replacing the hard drive in your model.

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An awesome helper!!
Thanks a bunch.
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thanks for the info.

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