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Upgrade hard drive in panasonic toughbook cf-50: Any Disk?

What disk can I use? What trademark, model, etc. i s a special disk? or is a standard disk?

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Its not brand specific rather the size ant 2.5 size whatever capcity will work for this laptop, Thanks

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