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Hard drive hi i purchased a cf-48e4kfudm laptop with out a hard drive and cannot find what type will work with it. could you help me. Thanks

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Please get a SATA Hard Drive. Its compatible with your laptop mode. Dont forget to mention the model no. of your laptop before buying the drive. You will get it from Bestbuy.

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