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Topic # 14462 4-Jul-2007 19:37
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Hi everyone,

I have an Acer TM 803LMI which was purchased in 2002/3 and I need to get a new HDD for it. Is there a size limit for this laptop? The original HDD was a 40 GB, and the one that's on its way out is a 60 GB. I've been looking at a 120 GB drive which are quite cheap these days.

Is there any reason a 120 GB drive may not work in this laptop?

Cheers,
Dany.




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  Reply # 76943 4-Jul-2007 19:47
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No it should work just fine

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  Reply # 76946 4-Jul-2007 20:23
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Taa muchly! I shall get myself one of those then.

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D.




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  Reply # 77281 7-Jul-2007 21:17
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i can only think that the biod may not read it and also make sure it is physically the right size aka for a laptop it will need to be 2.5"

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