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I could have two 500GBs if necessary - but, my laptop is for travel only, and when I get home, I offload stuff to big externals. Rating is available when the video has been rented. I would like to upgrade to a 500gb drive w/ a 7200 rpm drive if possible.Im very pc capable but dont know if you can upgrade rpm and I am not Now press the F1 key to invoke the system information display.Post the product number here in your thread. http://evendirectory.com/can-i/can-i-replce-a-hd-5400-rpm-with-a-7200-rpm.html

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Not an issue for you...laptop will take SATA-I or SATA-II drives. Loading... Minimal impact to battery, the bigger downside is some of the larger 2.5 drives arent available in 7200 #9 RadiclDreamer, Aug 11, 2009 corkyg Elite Member
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I replaced the 5400 RPM HDD in my Lenovo T60 with a 7200, and I occasionally add another 7200 via the Ultrabay. (Optical out, HDD in.) I can't really address battery Where 7200 shines is in extended data transfer operations such as cloning the drive. #10 corkyg, Aug 11, 2009 RoConno Member Joined: Jan 9, 2002 Messages: 136 Likes Received: 0 hopefully these questions aren't too off topic. #6 OmnipotentSpleen, Aug 10, 2009 corkyg Elite Member
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Usually, this connector is mounted on the drive caddy (a carrier that inserts in the laptop’s hard drive bay) or attaches directly to the drive’s pins; either way, the connector must This feature is not available right now. As that laptop has an ata-5 controller, 100Mb/s will be as fast as it will go. #2 Muadib, Aug 8, 2009 Ken90630 Golden Member Joined: Mar 6, 2004 Messages: 1,558 Sign in to make your opinion count.

If your laptop uses a caddy to secure the hard drive, slide it carefully into place until it clicks. The laptop should accept a 7200 rpm 500 gig hard drive. About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Test new features Loading... Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable.

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Ripped open the box and had the old computer running inside of 10 minutes. It is in the format of xxxxxxxThe product number is in the format of xxxxxxx#xxx where x equals a letter or number.Why consider a 7200 RPM hard disk when an SSD If sheer storage space is what you’re after, great deals abound on high-capacity drives that spin at 4,200rpm or 5,400rpm, whereas top-of-the-line, high-performance drives cost more and tend to offer extra Delaney Not long ago, replacing your laptop’s hard drive meant packing up the system and shipping it back to its maker, or dropping it off with a local repair shop.

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