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HP Omni Pro 110 Business PC - Removing and Replacing the Hard Drive SATA-Power Cable

Introduction

This document is provided to assist in removing and replacing the hard drive SATA-power cable for the HP Omni Pro 110 Business PC.

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Minimum skill level

The End-User must possess extensive product-specific knowledge and technical skill on how to service the system, and be familiar with the operating system.

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Tools required

  • Torx-15 screwdriver

  • Phillips-head (P0) screwdriver

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Parts required

NOTE: Part numbers are subject to change.

The replacement part number will vary depending on the hard drive SATA-power cable that is being replaced. If a part is listed as "Yes" under "Requires Return" then the defective part needs to be returned to HP. Click here for more information on returning parts to HP .

Description
Part Number
Requires Return
SATA hard drive power cable
651592-001 (Modified)
Yes
NOTE: For customers in countries/regions with RoHS legislation* (e.g. EU, China, etc.) restricting the use of hazardous substances in electrical equipment. The use of the Original Spare part is regulated by RoHS legislation. If your unit contains a part that is labelled with the Modified Spare number, the Modified Spare must be ordered as the replacement part. If your unit contains a part that is labelled with the Original Spare number, please order the Original Spare as the replacement part. In this case either the Original Spare or the Modified Spare may be shipped which will not affect performance or functionality of the unit.

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Summary of instructions

To view a video demonstrating the procedure for removing the hard drive SATA-power cable, click on the link below. Or use the product video listing on the HP Services Media Library ( Click here to go tp HP Service Media Library ), then select Hard drive SATA-power cable from the menu on the upper left hand side of the screen.

Click here to view the hard drive SATA-power cable removal video (right-click on the link to open in a new window/tab).

NOTE: The chassis and internal components of the HP Omni Pro110 PC are similar to the HP Omni 105 PC. This part may differ in appearance but the removal and replacement procedure is the same.

Hard drive SATA-power cable removal

  1. Review the safety considerations before performing the steps listed below by clicking on the following link:

    Click here to view the precautions .

    CAUTION: Failure to comply with the precautions could result in damage to your product or loss of data.
  2. Insert a coin or your finger into the slot at the top of the hinge cover and firmly pull the cover up.

  3. Lift and remove the hinge cover.

  4. Remove the three Torx-15 screws that secure the stand to the hinge support bracket.

  5. Lift the stand off of the screw holes and then move it forward and up off the back of the computer.

  6. Slide the left access cover out to the side until it stops.

  7. Lift and remove the left access cover.

  8. Remove the Torx-15 extension screw that secures the optical drive bracket to the base pan.

  9. Push the drive and slide it out of the drive bay.

  10. Remove the two P0 Phillips-head screws that secure the bracket to the back of the optical drive and remove the bracket.

  11. Insert the straightened end of an unfolded paper clip into the release hole on the drive and push in to release the CD drawer.

  12. Carefully pull the bezel out and away from the optical drive.

  13. Slide the right access cover out to the side until it stops.

  14. Lift and remove the right access cover.

  15. Remove the two Torx-15 screws that secure the top cover to the rear cover.

  16. Pull up on the top cover to remove it.

  17. Remove the four Torx-15 screws that secure the top side of the rear cover to the front bezel.

  18. Remove the Torx-15 screw that secures the rear cover near the heat sink.

  19. Carefully pull out on all sides of the rear cover to detach it from the front bezel.

  20. Shift the cover slightly to disengage the side audio ports from the openings in the cover.

  21. Remove the rear cover.

  22. Remove the two Torx-15 screws that secure the I/O shielding to the base pan and hinge support bracket.

  23. Lift the I/O shielding and shift the cover to disengage the I/O ports and side audio ports from the openings in the shielding.

  24. Remove the I/O shielding.

  25. Remove the speaker and power button-LED cables from the gap at the corner of stand bracket and move them aside.

  26. Remove the four Torx-15 screws that secure the stand support bracket to the base pan.

  27. Remove the stand support bracket.

  28. Disconnect the SATA and power connectors from the system board.

  29. Remove the SATA-power cable from the clip on the base pan.

  30. Remove the two Torx-15 screws that secure the drive connector to the base pan.

  31. Remove the SATA-power cable.

Hard drive SATA-power cable replacement

  1. Align the drive connector with the mounting posts on the base pan.

  2. Replace the two Torx-15 screws.

  3. Replace the SATA-power cable into the clip on the base pan.

  4. Connect the power and SATA connectors to the system board.

  5. Place the stand support bracket over the mounting holes in the base pan and replace the four Torx-15 screws.

  6. Reroute the power button-LED and speaker cables through the gap at the corner of the stand bracket.

  7. Align the I/O shielding with the side audio ports and the guide tab on the hinge support bracket.

  8. Lower the I/O shielding into place and replace the two Torx-15 screws.

  9. Lower the rear cover onto the computer and slightly flex the right side so that the audio ports enter the openings in the cover.

  10. Press down on all sides of the rear cover until it snaps into place.

  11. Replace the Torx-15 screw that secures the rear cover near the heat sink.

  12. Replace the four Torx-15 screws that secure the top side of the rear cover to the front bezel.

  13. Lower the top cover into position on the back of the computer.

  14. Replace the two Torx-15 screws that secure the top cover to the rear cover.

  15. Place the right access cover on the back of the computer and align the hooks with the slots on the rear cover.

  16. Press down and slide the right cover inward until it snaps into place.

  17. Align the hooks on the bezel with the slots in the front of the optical drive.

  18. Push the bezel in until it snaps into place.

  19. Align the bracket with the screw holes in the back of the drive and replace the two screws.

  20. Slide the drive into the bay and align the bracket with the screw hole on the base pan.

  21. Replace the Torx-15 extension screw.

  22. Place the left access cover on the back of the computer and align the hooks with the slots on the rear cover.

  23. Press down and slide the cover inward until it snaps into place.

  24. Place the stand onto the hinge support bracket and align the screw holes.

  25. Replace the three Torx-15 screws that secure the stand to the hinge support bracket.

  26. Slide the hinge cover into position against the top of the stand.

  27. Press the hinge cover down until snaps into place.

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Parts return

If your part requires return then click on the appropriate link below:

Click here for the defective parts return procedure for US .

Click here for the defective parts return procedure for Europe .

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