Question about HP Media Center m1180n PC Desktop
Any HP media drive from 120 gb up to 2tb.
The for instance HP HD5000S, which is a 500 gb portable external hard drive and will also drop in a HP personal media bay.
As long as they have 2.0 USB and it is HP it will fit.
With the exception of any of the HP Pocket media drive, they will work, but only as a external drive.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
Not sure what you mean by personal media player.
1) If its an Ipod or any MP3 player, you should be able to connect any via a USB cable, or directly plugged in.
2) if you mean CD or DVD drive/player like the one that came with it, they're generic, any with the correct interface (IDE or SATA) Though I think SATA in this case.
Here's a URL with the full specification of your system to help:-
If you mean the "personal media bay" listed here, I think were back to a generice CD/DVD drive.
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