Hola yo tengo una Lapto Dell inspiron 1521 la cual me pra esenta el mensaje que no puedo escuchar musica ya que los drive de sonido no estan instalado necesito que me ayuden a instalarselo attm franklin taveras de rep. dominicana
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This model laptop is installed with an IDE 40Gb hard drive. You can use a faster hard drive but the BIOS limits the maximum size hard drive you can install. Check the specification of this laptop for the maximum size hard drive you can install.
Have you checked the maximum capacity and harddrive specification that your laptop could handle? You might be using a harddrive specs that exceeded the maximum. However, try to check if it is properly seated first before trying to use lower specs of harddrive.
No the bios should be able to read the drive fine. The problem could be with the computer's motherboard. You should check to see if the original drive and new drive is detected in another system. Or you can try accessing them via an external casing / adapter.
Hello: I see no problem using a bigger harddrive in the unit,the only concern I think you might have is to purchase a hard drive caddy for the interface, Especially if the current hard drive is an IDE Interface, You can purchase a IDE to Sata Interface caddy, to support the drive Interface if it's an IDE format. You might want to check with Dell for compatibility first before purchasing the Sata Drive.
Here at my shop I have run into this exact same problem on several P3 Compaq's and a few Toshiba's. I found that some of these machines, not all, but some, will not accept the 5400RPM drive, but will take the 4200RPM drive just fine. It's just weird because some that do are the exact same model, and I'm not real sure why it won't accept them. I've looked into it and the best that I can surmise is that 5400 is too fast for the reading system in the bios, or it's a power issue. Go with a 4200RPM drive and you shouldn't have any problem. You won't be able to tell any difference in the machine's performance between the two RPM speeds.