I’m glad to hear what is effectively the second generation or 1. Linwood Ars Scholae Palatinae Tribus: Tue Jun 16, 3: Would a RPM drive be advisable? You are reporting the following post: Thanks, this confirms my better sense. The Hitachi Travelstar 5K
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Upgrading HP Pavilion DV6500 laptop hard drive
Thu Jun 18, 2: Please try again now or at a later time. Proffitt Forum moderator November 22, 6: I don’t know if it will be an issue in your case, but it’s possible. The documentation for this laptop specifies certain compatible drives though I just want to buy something off newegg and am concerned about the drive being supported. The drive however should work fine.
Upgrading HP Pavilion DV laptop hard drive – Forums – CNET
No longer on the current models thankfully! Back to Laptops forum 2 total posts. I think Samsung’s was also Would a RPM drive be advisable? HP Pavilion dv series Hard Drive upgrade compatibility 7 posts. Stick with RPM.
Sata connector for Hp Pavilion DV6500
Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: The new hard drive is a SATA 3. You are posting a reply to: Too lazy to check the others Originally posted by continuum: Thanks, this confirms my better sense.
Tue Jun 16, 3: Jul 1, Posts: Discussion topics include hardware component and upgrades, ultrabooksgaming laptops, Netbooksand laptops accessories and much more. First of all I’m not sure this is in the correct forum since it could be a question of what is supported by the motherboard or swta a mobile computing question.
Would it be safe to install a drive larger than gigs? Los Angeles, CA Registered: The Hitachi Travelstar 5K You are reporting the following post: Unfortunately, I don’t know if the utility is available to the general public. Tue Jun 16, 6: Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: The client keeps his files on an external hard drive, therefore I was thinking of this: Well, the DV series units are flextastic piles of junk, even for an HP.
This was helpful 0. If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system pvillion, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
Can anyone recommend a reliable, fast drive that runs cool with a longer warranty? Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
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