The series ze5400 in the same family as the ze4900. ?

I have a ze4900us that the power plug is loose and will not load or operate the system. Repaired once already.
I have a chance to buy a cheap and running ze5400 and I was wondering if I can just share my HDD, Ram and wireless card?
Can someone please help!


Hello @garyslt2,

I read your post on how you're looking to see if you can swap parts of two different booklets in the "ze" series, and I'd be happy to help you in this case!

Two of these laptops are part of the same series, but are not part of the same family. According to the maintenance and Service of Guide for the ze4900 (at page 79) and the ze5400 (on page 27), the reference numbers for the components you want are completely different. If you are still looking for a laptop replace like-pieces with that you currently have, you can do this with the following models:

  1. HP Pavilion ze4900 PC Notebook
  2. HP Compaq nx9040 Notebook PC
  3. HP Compaq nx9030 PC Notebook
  4. HP Compaq nx9020 PC Notebook
  5. Compaq Presario 2200 laptop

I hope this helps!

Best regards

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