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Topic # 6784 23-Feb-2006 03:51
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Hi,

I'm in the process of choosing a replacment hard drive for my Sony Vaio Z1SP laptop, however I'm not sure which one to get.

I've been looking at the 100GB SEAGATE Momentus 7200.1, 7200rpm, 8MB cache, S-ATA but I'm not sure if the S-ATA will work with my laptop.

Sony haven't been much use, so any help would be appreciated. The alternative is to go for the ultrat-ATA.

Any help appreciated.

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Reply # 29148 23-Feb-2006 08:12
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I really don't think your laptop will be SATA

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Reply # 29173 23-Feb-2006 10:05
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you'll need to go for the ultra-ATA option as your laptop doesn't support SATA.

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Reply # 29207 23-Feb-2006 14:27
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hitachi do a nice line of fast ata laptop drives. I think they are called travelstar.




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