This HDD Caddy replaces the dvd-drive or blu-ray drive from the Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p to add a second SATA hard drive!
The frontside of the HDD Caddy has a mounting holder for the plastic bezel of the dvd-drive. It will fit any 2.5" HDD or SSD. The caddy supports SATAI, SATAII, and SATAIII transfer speeds. The built-in lock screws make it easy to mount your second hard drive in the caddy. The caddy is build from aluminium which makes it light, sturdy and provides cooling for the harddrive. The inside of the caddy has a plastic holder to absorb noise and vibrations from a 2nd HDD. The lock mechanism from the Lenovo optical drive can be mounted on the HDD Caddy.
- supports 2.5" SATA laptop hard drive or SSD max. 2TB, please read more here
- supports SATA I, II, III (max. 6gbps)
- including mini hex key
Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p series
How-to remove bezel/faceplate from the Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p optical drive
The bezel, frontplate or faceplate that is mounted on the optical drive of the Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p might be difficult to remove. Different than most other laptops the clips of the bezel is a little bit hidden from sight. The clips are relatively easy to dismount if you push them at the right angle. In this how-to we explain how you can remove the faceplate of the DVD or BluRay drive of the Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p.
First remove the optical drive (remove the battery first and hold the ejectors). The optical drive has a black plastic bracket that holds the optical drive in its place. You can transfer this black plastic bracket to the HDD Caddy. Remove the small screws first and use these same screws on to the HDD Caddy.
The most difficult part in removing the bezel from the Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p is at the right side of the bezel. The small clip cannot be seen without using a small flashlight. If you use a flashlight you will see a small clip 2 – 3mm thick. You can press this clip easily inwards and the right side of the bezel will come a little bit off. You can do this with a small pocket knife that slides in the little space to push the small clips inwards.
Once the righter clip is loose from the optical drive make sure it doesn’t pop back in. You can put something small between the bezel and optical drive to prevent this from happening. Now we go to the left side. The clip on the left is relatively easy to remove. Even without flashlight you can see a horizontal clip that holds the left side of the bezel. Use a small flat screw driver or spudger to push this clip inwards. Now the left side will come off.
Now the biggest clips on the left and right side are removed from the optical drive. The bezel might still be on the optical drive however if you gently pop the bezel a bit down you will see that the bezel will come off easily. You can mount the bezel on the HDD Caddy.
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