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Hi there, 
 
I'm in the process of installing a SSD into my HP Star Wars Laptop. Can you help identify the screws at 1:39 in this youtube video?

Installing a SSD into the HP Star Wars Special Edition Laptop :
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You mean the screws with the big round head and the small slot by the DVD drive? 

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Yes big round head and the small slot by the DVD drive. Do you know of screws or can you recommend a toolkit ?

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Are they missing or you are just having trouble removing them?

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I'm having trouble removing the screws. I want to replace the HDD with my new Samsung SSD 

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They are Phillips head screws:

 

Remove the two Phillips PM2.0×2.0 screws from the optical drive bay (1).

 

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See p. 47 of the Manual here:

 

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The slot for the screwdriver point on these is a little small so you need a small end very pointed Phillips screwdriver.

 

Any good tech screwdriver set will have one.

 

 

 

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