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How to remove hard drive from hp pailivon a6150y?

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HP Pailivon a6150y
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Okay so one of my relatives gave me their old desktop. Because I'm just starting to build / replace desktop  components.  And it's going well so far. I'm just replacing a core a motherboard and some Ram and apparently the motherboard came with a CD for drivers. I don't know anything about that yet but I'm going to install the driver on the hard drive using one of my laptop CD drives and using a SATA to USB converter thing.  And in the future im going to need to take out the hard drive anyways. So my question is how do I get the hard drive out of the HP case? I'm asking this because there's literally no documentation on this case anywhere.  So I got rid of two screws that are on the right but I think the hard drive is screwed in somewhere else and I can't take it out. I tried removing a front panel and I couldn't get to it. I don't know how to remove the other side panel. I don't think I have the tools for that yet. I can  provide some pictures if necessary! Thanks!

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Sorry forget it. i did not pull "up" to remove it

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