Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
My hard drive is toast - not recognized on any bootup sequence. What kind of hard drive will I need to replace it? Will the unit accept a 250 gb drive? I assume all you have to do is take the screws off the back and swap out old drive for new. Will the BIOS recognize the new drive? Will Windows OS load right up?
As per HP, the maximum capacity of Hard Drive shipped with dv5000 series Notebook is 100 GB 5400 RPM SATA Hard Drive.
The Specifications of the Hard Drive compatible with your Notebook are SATA 5,400RPM, 2.5in width, 9.5mm height.
However, you can install a maximum of 160 GB SATA Hard Drive in your Notebook.
You can purchase the reqired Hard Drive for your Notebook from the link below :
Find the requied instructions to remove and replace the Hard Drive in the Notebook from the Manual of the Link below :
Please go through page number 98 of 260 in the Manual to find the required instructions.
Hope this helps....
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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