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SAT A45 -S121 HDD UPGRADE

HI. MY STOCK 40GB HDD CRASH, SO I WOULD LIKE TO REPLACE IT WITH A 80 GB HDD. MY QUESTION IS. IT IS POSSIBLE TO DO IT. IT WILL BE COMPATIBLE. THANKS.

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It is possible by opening up the case and removing the old hard drive and replacing it with a new one. You will have to reinstall Windows.

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hi stan 59
it will support 40gb , 80 gb hdd but not more than 130gb

regards
shailesh

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