Yes, No Problem The PVR-H140 is fitted with a Standard Laptop IDE Drive, though be careful not to damage the connector as it is quite delicate, if you can afford it you may want to fit one of the new solid state drives, this will have the advantage of using a lot less power so considerably increasing the battery life..
Also be aware opening the unit may invalidate your warrenty if you have one.
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The ipod nanos the smallest product in the Apple iPod line. The fourth generation
Nano comes in two different capacities, each capable of holding
thousands of songs.
The fourth generation iPod Nano comes in 8 GB and 16 GB models. The 8
GB version can hold 2,000 songs, and the 16 GB version can hold 4,000
Song capacity estimates are based on music encoded in Apple's
proprietary format at a standard, average bitrate. The higher the
bitrate, the better the quality. Songs deviating from Apple's standard
(for example, CD-quality music or high bitrate MP3s) will use more disk
Nano's predecessor, the iPod Mini, was released on January 6, 2004, and
was available with a 4 GB hard drive. The Nano was first released on
September 7, 2005, and was the first iPod to use flash memory. It was
first available in 2 GB and 4 GB versions. The fourth generation Nano
was released on September 9, 2008.
The fourth generation iPod Nano is 3.6" tall and 1.5" wide.
The third generation Nano, released on September 5, 2007, was the first
Nano to feature video playback. Storing videos on Nano can dramatically
reduce the amount of songs it can hold.
Mine Mp3 player had 3.99 GB of capacity and after few days mine MP3
player showed me Some Disk error, so when i connected to the computer
it told me to format it. So when i formatted it, it only showed 1.90 GB.
Hi, Yes you can get up to 160 GB or more now.. If you want to keep the same iPod, you can have the hard drive replace with a 60 GB. You will also have to change the back and battery to accomodate the larger hard drive. There are a number of companies that will do it for you and some will even send you a postage paid box. Just do a Google search for ipod repair. Hope that helps.
the hard drive that u are looking at on ebay (make sure its the same size in lenght,widith and thickness) also make sure the connector end is compatible too...the software (hidden also) is to be copy from old hard drive (nw-hd3) to the to pc (along with the 19 gb of media real easy just a little time comsuming)....now open device exchange hard drive..once completed, format than install all of software to new 40 gig...then install all the media you just copy to pc, from pc to new 40 gig...now you should have 20+ free space....have fun feel free to rate if helpful
Try using the boot disk to boot the system and then enter fdisk /mbr to fix the master boot record. It doesn't destroy any data on a computer.
There is a professional data recovery businesses that could probably recover that data - but at a cost. They are expensive and advertise in PC Magazines.
Take care because there could be a lot of rip-off merchants in this business.
In future, buy two hard drives ans use the free XXCopy from http://www.xxcopy.com/ to clone your system from one drive to the other.
A good way to back-up your system is to get a second hard disk of the same or greater capacity, and use the free XXCopy from http://www.xxcopy.com/ to make a clone of your system. If the BIOS allows it, you can then set the BIOS to boot to the alternative drive to run the cloned system, format the drive containing the defective system, clone the cloned system back to the main drive, set the BIOS to boot from the main drive, and you are back in business. You can keep the spare hard disk drive stored in a safe place ready to be reinstalled in an emergency, or to update the cloned system.
You install XXCopy according to the instructions that come with it. To clone the C: drive to a D: drive enter the following command in the Start => Run box
xxcopy c:\*.* d:\ /clone
It is as simple as that XXCopy will open a DOS window and clone the c: drive to the other drive specified in the command.
Read the article on how to use XXCopy to clone a system here -