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Is there a latop HDD upgrade primer?

Discussion in 'Laptops' started by wfb, Aug 6, 2003.

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    wfb Guest

    I'm looking to upgrade the hard drive on my Toshiba 4060xcdt. The problem is
    that I don't know where to start looking for compatible drives. There's no
    useful information in the manual and I haven't come up with anything online.
    So, where do I go for this information?
    wfb, Aug 6, 2003
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  2. You should be fine with any drive that you are considering. You will
    basically find drives in 10, 20 and 30 gigs. A good used, working 10
    gig drive (E-Bay) should be cheap ($30-$40 USD). I have not priced 20
    gig drives, but if you are buying new, a 30 gig drive should probably be
    in the $90 range and a 40 gig drive (which you are not considering) is
    going for about $110. All these are US prices in USD.

    It's unlikely that you will need drive overlay software, I'd make a
    small wager that 10 or 20 gigs would work, and probably 30 or 40 but
    with slightly increasing chances of issues.
    Barry Watzman, Aug 7, 2003
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    Barry OGrady Guest

    I have a 486 notebook with a 200 meg HD. I also have spare Quantum
    540 meg HD which I want to use. Both drives seem to be the same thickness
    but I can't get the 540 to plug in correctly. The connector for the HD
    is attached to the MB so that it won't line up with the 540 drive connector.

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    Barry OGrady, Aug 8, 2003
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