Swap SSD Hard Drive on Touch Dynamic Acrobat Terminal

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If it is necessary to change the SSD Drive on an Acrobat Terminal with a 2 line customer display, this video shows you how.

Link to video to send to clients: https://vimeo.com/379338519/6fe5ab6936

Transcript (To aid in searching/indexing):

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To start the hard drive swap grab a Phillips head screwdriver,

 

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because the screws are small, make it a smaller head screwdriver.

 

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Also locate the hard drive that’s going in,

 

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Please pay attention to the labelling because drives are prepared for specific terminals

 

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in your location and you don’t want to mix them up.

 

 

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Then power down the terminal.

 

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And Flip it over.

 

 

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Carefully adjust the base so you can get access to the cover and screws.

 

 

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Then Unscrew the 2 screws.

 

 

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Remove the display.

 

 

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Carefully pull the plastic tab to guide the drive out of the terminal.

 

 

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Then carefully slide in the new drive with the label facing out as shown here.

 

 

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Paying attention to the tab on the display, snap the display back into place.

 

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Then don’t forget to put the 2 screws back.

 

 

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And you’re all set, ready to reconnect and power your terminal back on.

 

 

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