Replace DVD Drive of Lenovo Laptop in Few Simple Steps

by Prescott Kermit Tech Support

DVD drives are one of the integral parts of laptops and immensely help in various functions such as installation of operating system, watching movies, listening of songs and playing games. However, it is also common for these DVD drives to get malfunctioned due to some technical issues which may require either repairing them or replacing them entirely. If you own Lenovo laptop and need to replace your DVD drive, you can perform it on your own by following these few easy steps.


Remove the power source from laptop

Switch off the laptop. Disconnect any power source attached to the laptop. Also remove any other external cables. Now turn over the laptop.

Remove the main cover

After turning laptop over, remove the main cover which has the visible cover boundary. Unscrew the screws to remove this main cover. If you have any technical error, you can call instantly at toll free Lenovo Technical Support Number 1-800-834-1377 for quick technical help.

Remove the optical drive

Remove the screw that is holding the optical drive in place. Now slowly pull out this drive out of laptop.

Close the Cover

Close the cover of the optical drive. Carefully keep the single screw in some safe place so that you don’t lose it as you will need it later to fit the new optical drive.

Buy a new optical drive

Go to the market, buy a new optical drive. You can take the old optical drive to the vendor so that you get the correct optical drive for replacement.

Open the cover again

Following the same method as mentioned above, open the back panel of the laptop again.

Insert the new optical drive

Slowly insert the new optical drive in to the laptop on its right place. If you face any kind of technical error, you must call at toll free Lenovo Technical Support Services Number 1-800-834-1377 to get free expert help.

Put back the screw

Insert the single screw back that will hold the optical drive. Fix it properly. Put back the main cover over the laptop.  

Switch on the laptop

Connect the power supply cable to the laptop. Also attach any other external cables. Now switch on the laptop and put a DVD in the optical drive. Close the DVD drive and wait for the optical drive to play itself. If the optical drive is reading the DVD, then it is working properly. If you get any technical error, you can call at toll free Lenovo Tech Support Number 1-800-834-1377 to get free smart help immediately.


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