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upgrading my g4 HD


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Hello all, new here and glad i found this place. anyway let me get right to it. i just bought an older g4 ti 15in (20g, 500mhz) and need a larger HD for it. need to have it compact and mobile so no externals. i have seen samsung 60gigs HDs for around $100 and was wondering if they are the ones to get. if not what are the best choices for me? need at least 60gigs if not more. thanks,

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I've seen 100GB 2.5 inchers for $169 at newegg or somewhere. Can't remember, but if you search i'm sure you'll find some.
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man no one on here has upgraded their hd's? i find that hard to believe.
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I beleve any notebook hard drive will work.
Here are some instructions
http://www.pbfixit.com/Guide/53.11.0.html

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