Question about Hitachi ( 0A30229-20pk) 400 GB Hard Drive
I am installing a replacement Sata Hdd and cannot find the drivers anywhere to install it can you please help?
You don't need drivers for a hard drive! Just plug it in and it will be recognised by the BIOS.
The only thing you will need to do is make sure you designate it as a primary or slave drive - whatever the old drive was set to. On the back there is what looks like an eight pin plug, with a jumper across two of the pins. Depending which pins are connected will change the drive designation. There is usually a sticker next to them telling you which to connect for primary and slave.
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