id4170 wrote:My didn't fit either because the case doesn't
t have enough space where meet with the ssd case remove out the case you will lose the warranty, on the ssd board you will find 4 screws attach those with the bracket from your old hdd and you all set any questions please let me know
I actually managed to remove it. However, mine did not have any sticker on it. I removed it and I think it did not break the warranty.
However, removing one side of the Kingston case (the one with the Kingston label) is not advisable. The full case is being used by the SSD as a heatsink. So removing one part of the case heats up my netbook. 42 Celsius which is very hot for an SSD IMO. The same Kingston SSD, when plugged into my desktop, runs at about 28 Celsius. So something isn't right.
I'm trying to be creating without breaking the warranty, but I fail. If you have any suggestions to fix the heat issue, that would be awesome.