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Is a 20gb hdd from atoshiba satellite 1100 compatable with a satellite pro 490cdt

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Hey,

If both laptops use the same type of a harddrive connector, most likely yes. but I haven't checked, if you want me to check to make sure, drop me a comment and Il check it.

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Ekse

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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