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I don’t what they’re doing right now. Message 1 of 7. After reading many posts on this forum, I’m getting the strong impression that my BIOS may be limiting the max size of my hard drive to GB.
Why is it that it does not recognize it. Take the panel off. And if so is there any way to do this so that i dont lose all that? Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Just the party line – no help at all. Firstly, can i do this myself?
I dont have expereince with this but im a pretty capable person generaly and good with fixing things I’m willing to buy the discs if I know they will work, but I’m reluctant to shell out some more bucks for nothing if they have some artificial limitation built in. I have an hp pavilion pvca laptop.
Pop the drive out. What Notebook Should I Buy?
Can I Replace an HP Pavillion Harddrive with a new bigger one? | NotebookReview
I have 2 Pavilion dv with duo Centrino processors. Wata the drive is easy. I have a new GB sata hard disk. If you don’t have them you can contact HP.
Can I Replace an HP Pavillion Harddrive with a new bigger one?
Then put it back in. They’ll probably send you a new set. There’s a picture here.
druve Message 7 of 7. Message 6 of 7. I tried the tech live chat but the person on the other end just quoted the manual for the hard drive sizes that were supported and tested at that time this computer came out. Message 3 of 7. I get an error message saying the PC recovery discs don’t recognize the system.
I forgot to say that I’m still running Windows XP. I have the same situation. The dv drie drive uses an ide connector not SATA so you’ll need to get one like this. Yes, my password is: Your name or email address: The connection is tested and found to be good.
Note on archived topics. You will not be able to continue to recover this system with these discs” error I’m getting when I try with the unformatted GB drive? LanceAvion Dec 8,