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should be no problem adding a larger hard drive....If I were you I'd compare some prices of Hard drives and choose the one thats suits best...you're not restricted to toshiba hard drives either....advantages of installing a larger hard drive really relate to what you use the laptop for....if you store lots of music or have lots of big programs then a larger hard drive makes sense....also you'll find it easier to get a 60gig hard drive than a 40gig as that size of drive is quite rare nowadays
DVD RAM drives plug in to any available USB port. Your computer should assign it a drive letter; using Computer, explore ther drive's contents looking for an Install application. Run this` application and you ought to be able to get to the drive.