Originally Posted by mikemex
Just buy an USB enclosure and download Maxtor's MaxBlast. It will make an identical copy of your hard drive on the new one and you will be up and running in no time. MaxBlast is...
Originally Posted by YP5 Toronto
1GB, 60GB, Intel® Pentium® M Processor Ultra Low Voltage 733 (1.1Ghz), DVD SuperMulti +R DL
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Swiftech H20-APEX Kit + Swiftech MCW-55...
Originally Posted by MaverickRocks
Thinkpad has just 40 GB of hard disk space. If, and its nearly sure, I wud need more disk space, is it possible to remove the existing hard disk and install a new one ?...