This is probably quite a dumb question but I've been googleing and haven't found an answer.
I got a laptop about a week ago from a hardware engineer. Its a Fujitsu Lifebook (2011) but has been done up to a better standard and is running Windows 10 with 8gb RAM.
Anyway, I noticed that the hard drive - or what I think is the hard drive - is "sticking out", as in it is screwed in but isn't resting flat. This has me worried. I carefully took it off and couldn't see why and am thinking that this is, perhaps, because it is a new hard drive and, as such, might just be slightly bigger than whatever was in there before. Everything is in its right place, I have done an error check on C:\ as well and found no issues. Also, the hard drive seems to run smoothly, no noise and the computer is fast. No issues with overheating or anything either.
Should I be worried? Could it get damaged/just fall out? And is there anything I can do for peace of mind?#