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LapTop 1.This laptop can be connected wireless, in area where there are signal ?. 2.To replace the local disk for upgrade: can you recommend me some manufacture? Thanks Ben

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Http://sydneynet.rtrk.com.au/?scid=8813&kw=3774308
That is link in australia you can find your local by going in repair shop and ask them they will advise you.or ebay in your country but be carefull with that.
Good luck!

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