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What is the maximum capacity of hard disk (hdd) does dell d620 supports and, does dell d510 supports SATA hard disks

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The d620 should really accept any internal drive you can physically fit inside, the only issue might be the bios but anyrecent machine should be ok. No, the d510 does not appear to support sata drives. Just take the old one out to check, if it has a load of pins on it then definitely no. (sometimes dell use their own single finger adapter on the pins - sata drives have two fingers)

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