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Hard drive remove

Hi have 340t with naff drive bsod,s all time can u help described where it is so i can change it thanks.

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  • stevenrobert Sep 06, 2008

    super thanks couldnt find the link myself cheers have a beer on me;

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If you mean the Acer Travelmate 340t
Link to manual

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