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Dave JM

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I want to exchange my secondary HD for a larger one, but I am unsure what to get. My present HD spec is list below:
Peripheral Type- ATA
Model- Fujitsu MPC308AT
Size- 60Gb

I was thinking of getting a Seagate Seagate ST3120813AS 120GB SATA II 7200rpm 8MB Cache - OEM , but I don't know if they are exchangable.

Can anyone help.
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I take it this is for a laptop puter. If you do not have a SATA port connector on your motherboard it is not possible to use the seagate drive other than as an external.

Western digital has a 120G 5400 ATA drive for $155 and Seagate has one for $209.


I may be wrong but i have not been able to find your drive with that model number.

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you can get a 250 from western for 90-100 dollars
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