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Hard disk for toshiba satellite 5205 isnt available...can i change my bios setting and use some other hard disk???

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Hello\r\nHard disk for toshiba satellite laptop is not funtion. my hard is vaberation in drive. and don't disply any text on lcd. so what is sulotion of harddisk with out formating.
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Yeah u can

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