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Do i need a caddy for my fujistu laptop??

Hey i just got a fujistu Lifebook E 7110 and it didn't come with a hard drive but i can't find any caddies for it do i need one??

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  • socerluver Apr 02, 2008

    i got it from ebay so i know for sure it didn't come with a hard drive but it doesn't look like it has a caddy

  • socerluver Apr 02, 2008

    okay THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH

  • junior franco May 11, 2010

    It didn't come with a harddrive? Was it new? How do you use it?

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You dont need a caddy if the hard drive can be connected without it.
just put a piece of doubled tape on the front edge as a handle to allow you to remove it easy. if the drive is loose place a small wedge of foam beside or atop it

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