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Can I replace the 40gb HD in my Denon DNV755 or do i need to send it out for repair

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Yes you can replace it yourself.
The only problem is, it is virtually impossible to get a 40Gb hard drive. The smallest new hard drive available now is around 100Gb but the BIOS in your computer most likely cannot support a hard drive of this large capacity.

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