Question about Computers & Internet
Any laptop manufactured within the last few years will have two characteristics:
1. a 2.5-inch format (not the larger 3.5-inch format as used in "desktop" computers)
2. a SATA (Serial ATA) interface, not the much-older IDE/PATA interface.
Hint: take your computer to a computer-store; if they are "customer-service-oriented",
they will sell you a compatible disk-drive, *AND* remove the old disk-drive, *AND* connect the new disk-drive, at no additional cost, other than the cost of the new disk-drive.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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