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I have changed the hard drive to a 16 GB

It works fine but it over heats to a untouchable degree please help me

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    Edward Welch Nov 17, 2008

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  • Edward Welch
    Edward Welch Nov 30, 2009

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  • mowcius May 11, 2010

    This is obviously untrue because the Rio carbon does not accept hard drives or CF cards of 16GB capacity. The highest a Rio carbon could theoretically accept is 8GB.

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This i not a possible problem due to the Rio Carbon only accepting a theoretical size of 8GB in a hard drive or CF card. There are no components in a Rio Carbon that could heat to such a high temperature unless you class 30 degrees C as an untouchable degree. If so then you are an idiot.

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