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Please let me know what you would like to use it for?
Is has 80 GB of storage, which can be used for storing music and videos
but it is an IDE drive whereas your computer supports SATA drives
So, in order to get this to work, you'd have to buy an adapter
Because hard drives have gone down significantly in price, I wouldn't recommend keeping it
Also, the older a hard drive gets, the higher chance it has to fail
You can buy a jump drive that's about the same size for $30-$50
This should answer your question
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thanks, XXXXX XXXXX this unit.
No problem. If it were worth it, I would advise to keep it
Is it okay to ask another question?
Also, if you can crack open the case to it, this will cause all the data on it to corrupted
so no one can access your personal files
I'm here to help
If it's too far off from this question, I'll let you know, but I'm happy to hear what it is
Have a unit that has a 3GR memory, looking to make it more fast.
Okay. Do you know the model of the computer?
If so, I can recommend what it can use to make it faster
Would a solid state drive work ,or just purchase a newer updated uniy ?
Do you want type of HDD it's using now?
a SSD would work, and is faster
It may be a bit smaller with HDD space, but it will meet your goal to make it faster
Also, if possible, upgrade the unit to between 4-8 GB
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Me too, had to use the head. My PC desktop a Syxtemax from TigerDirect and I like it, Until purchased a Toshiba laptop fast MF, now walking around with laptop all the time. Trying to upgrade desktop? maybe, maybe not??? Thanks for suggestion, junk old hard drive-- did that with a 9mm slug.