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- Replacing hard drive on old Sony Vaio
August 6, 2007, 11:40 pm
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The hard drive has become useless and I am going to replace it.
The original hard drive has an RPM of 4200 and a disk capacity of 6
Can I get a faster hard drive and will it make a difference or is the
motherboard limited to handle 4200? Will it still work, even if it
can't improve the performance? Are there limitations to the capacity?
The original hard drive is a Hitachi DK23AA-60.
Re: Replacing hard drive on old Sony Vaio
For what it's worth, I had a 5400 rpm, 40 gig drive in my old F430.
I don't recall off hand what brand it was. Had no trouble with the
installation. Worked fine.
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