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Adding mor memory

Dell Inspiron E1505
Can I add more harddrive space. Now 50gb would like 100gb or more
can you do it? if so, how much.
What happens to my present files and data?

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A laptop can only have a single internal harddrive but you can replace your current drive with a larger one. The cost will depend on the size of the drive... goto the dell site and get your drive specs then goto a hardrive manufacturer site like Maxtor and see what size drives are avialble with the same specs ... you will have to backup and transfere all your files and also reinstall all of your applications and OS...

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