Hi ty for your help i did that. And took it out and put the new on in its 200GB. But bafore i did i backed it up on my other exturnal drive but when i turn it back on it cant find something i need to nknow how to save to reboot it i think
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Kiss the laptop good bye and buy a new one. If the hard drive is undamaged then you can remove it form the laptop and put it into an USB hard drive adapter case and use it as an USB external hard drive for backing up and transferring files.
Hi There, Laptop hard drives do not have wires. They are a simple plug in and go device. You should be able to open the hard drive caddy on the bottom of your laptop and slip the hard drive back in without any issues
Please reinstall the operating system on the new drive you kept and install ALL drivers. Even after installing all the drivers if you face any problems, there might be some other problem might be present in your laptop.
Hope this helps to you. .
Most laptop computers have a place for only one hard drive. If you have the capability of installing two, then you can do it. I would clone the old drive to the new one--you will need an external USB adapter to do this. Then you'll have more room. You also can offload a lot of your stuff to CD or DVD or an external drive to free up space.
When your new hard drive is installed does the Bios see it? If not then you have an issue with the hard drive. Quite often this issue can be resolved by simply removing the IDE cable blowing out any dusk and reattaching it. If that doesn't work try disabling the LAN boot option. You can also try changing the HD from ACHI to EDI, changing the Boot order and/or simply resetting the bios. Try these and if you have no go for launch repost what you did and I'll try and help from there. Hope this helps.
if it has hp windows installed as standard it reserves some space for recovery so if O/S plays up it can be recovered from it. One other thing it may be is if a hard drive is listed as 200gb when formatted it is a lot smaller listed size 200gb formatted size 185GB this is only an example as actual size may differ hope this helps
i have p1 express dual, i have put windows 7 ,2 gb ram , and upgrade HD to 250 7200rpm, i only have to run a cd so i update the bios. my email is email@example.com it took me many hours of searching to find it, i ll send it to anybody i dont believe that even lg company has that bios, is from ''phoenix''