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This guide shows how to replace the SSD in the Dell XPS 13. If your old SSD still works, be sure to create a full backup or clone the drive before you begin. You can use this guide either to upgrade to a higher-capacity drive, or to replace a faulty drive. If you install a blank SSD, you’ll need to reinstall Windows (or the OS of your choice) when you’re done with the repair.

  1. Remove the eight 4 mm T5 Torx screws from the bottom cover. Remove the eight 4 mm T5 Torx screws from the bottom cover.
    • Remove the eight 4 mm T5 Torx screws from the bottom cover.

    Missing a step about removing the tiny Phillips head screw under the XPS flip up cover in the middle. Also, there are hooks all the way around the cover so it doesn’t simply lift off.

    curtis_p_brown - Responder

    What about step 3???

    Peter Hecht -

    Please dont hurry , take your Time to follow this procedure. It takes 20 min (not 5) and step 4 requires half of this Time. Good luck.

    Peter Hecht - Responder

    +1 Peter Hecht is right - getting the little clips the back is snapped on with is time consuming and a bit fiddly for people not used to “spudging” off covers. Starting from the back is the key those come loose much easier and help with the rest

    Doug Steinschneider - Responder

  2. Use a plastic opening tool to pry open the 'XPS' flap in the middle. Use a plastic opening tool to pry open the 'XPS' flap in the middle.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to pry open the 'XPS' flap in the middle.

    No flap or screw on the XPS 9370, just a press-fit latch at the centre of the cover. This can be gently prised off.

    Alan Thomas - Responder

  3. Remove the single Phillips screw hidden beneath the flap.
    • Remove the single Phillips screw hidden beneath the flap.

  4. Use opening picks or a plastic pry tool to pry open the case clips, beginning from the back edge.
    • Use opening picks or a plastic pry tool to pry open the case clips, beginning from the back edge.

    It’s not that easy to lift actually, cause there are latches. Had t release them gently all around beforehand.

    Davit Barbakadze - Responder

    Also there’s one additional screw under that plate on the bottom!

    Davit Barbakadze - Responder

    Maybe the later models are different, since it should be from the front: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFIE2SKs...

    shigmas - Responder

    Very difficult step, Proceed very carefull

    Peter Hecht - Responder

    If you are replacing the battery of a 9360 or latter (2016 onward) make sure to do the FRONT first. There are latches on the back that you may break if you try to force it open that way. After prying up the front and the sides, just lift up the front like you would open a hinged box. You shouldn’t feel that much resistance as the back hinges off towards you after you’ve lifted it around 30-40 degrees.

    Giacomo P - Responder

  5. Remove the bottom cover.
    • Remove the bottom cover.

  6. Pull the battery cable connector towards the battery to disconnect it from its socket. If the connector is stubborn, push a little at one side, then the other, to "walk" it out of its socket.
    • Pull the battery cable connector towards the battery to disconnect it from its socket.

    • If the connector is stubborn, push a little at one side, then the other, to "walk" it out of its socket.

    • If you have trouble walking the connector out of the socket, use the point of a spudger to gently push on the connector indent to slide the connector out.

    • Do not pull up.

    • Open the display and press the power button for five seconds to drain any remaining charge from the system.

    DO NOT OPEN THE DISPLAY!!! When I did, on my Dell XPS 13 9360, I cracked something in the top right corner where the power button is, and the plastic part of the button came out. I can still press it, but there is now a gap there and dust can get it.

    Asher Grossman - Responder

    I opened they display, very carefull. No problem. Open just enough to press they button.

    Peter Hecht - Responder

    Take care on later models. This is not a breakdown for the 9360, I learned that the hard way.

    Giacomo P - Responder

    Agree with Asher Grossman, open at your peril!

    James White - Responder

    First put the bottom cover back, with 4 screws, one at each corner. Then you can safely open the display and press the button. Then close the display and take the bottom cover off again.

    Patrick Bower - Responder

  7. Remove the black, 4 mm Phillips screw securing the SSD.
    • Remove the black, 4 mm Phillips screw securing the SSD.

  8. Slide the SSD out of its socket.
    • Slide the SSD out of its socket.

    • Try not to lift the SSD any more than necessary.

    • During reassembly, make sure the slot in the SSD lines up with the slot in its socket. Do not touch the gold-colored contacts with your fingers.

Conclusão

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I’m kinda new on pc upgrading. So once I install a new m.2 I’ll need to install a new window 10 right

burin.int - Responder

Yes, you have to install windows again. or you can clone your existing ssd onto the new one using some adapters easily found online

Anirban Mukherjee -

You will have to reinstall unless you are buying a samsung m.2 which comes with a disk duplicator utility. The xps 13 cames with a samsung early life evo disk (128GB) and transferring from 1 evo to another is very easy with the app. I believe its the same with every disk though I havent tried the latter.

kamathmanoj - Responder

My screws were a T6 not T5 and it took about 20 minutes not 15. I suspect different versions of the XPS 13 have different screws etc. mines a 9370.

it would have been helpful if the guide title or preamble mentioned the specific model these instructions were written against.

The process was the same though and the guide helpful, thanks!

Laurence Hurst - Responder

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