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Bewerking door Jasper Fleischhauer

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Is the hard drive in your Toshiba L755 having issues? This guide will show you how to replace it. [ … ] '''Note: This guide does NOT cover operating system installation. You will need to figure this part out yourself.''' [ … ] == ++Some notes for this guide:++ == * '''This computer REQUIRES a 7mm-9.5mm adapter for installation of a 7mm hard drive, which covers all modern Advanced Format drives. You will have to stick this to the top or bottom of your replacement hard drive. For a traditional spinning drive, I would suggest the bottom. If you use the top, cut it out to make room for the breather hole. The adapter in question can be found on [http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.X7mm+to+9.5mm+adapter.TRS0&_nkw=7mm+to+9.5mm+adapter&_sacat=0|eBay] if you do not have one on hand. No modification is needed for SSD's as there is no breather hole.''' * If you are reinstalling Windows, buy a OEM DVD that does not include a key if you just need the media and your product key is not worn out. If it is worn out, you will need OEM media that also comes with a product key. If you can find a Digital River ISO, this will work. Media other then Digital River images should not be trusted. * For Linux, you can find the distro you want from the official website and download it from there.
Is the hard drive in your Toshiba L755 having issues? This guide will show you how to replace it. [ … ] '''Note: This guide does NOT cover operating system installation. You will need to figure this part out yourself.''' [ … ] == ++Some notes for this guide:++ == * '''This computer REQUIRES a 7mm-9.5mm adapter for installation of a 7mm hard drive, which covers all modern Advanced Format drives. You will have to stick this to the top or bottom of your replacement hard drive. For a traditional spinning drive, I would suggest the bottom. If you use the top, cut it out to make room for the breather hole. The adapter in question can be found on [http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.X7mm+to+9.5mm+adapter.TRS0&_nkw=7mm+to+9.5mm+adapter&_sacat=0|eBay] if you do not have one on hand. No modification is needed for SSD's as there is no breather hole.''' * If you are reinstalling Windows, buy a OEM DVD that does not include a key if you just need the media and your product key is not worn out. If it is worn out, you will need OEM media that also comes with a product key. If you can find a Digital River ISO, this will work. Media other then Digital River images should not be trusted. * For Linux, you can find the distro you want from the official website and download it from there.

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