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Old 06-04-2009
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Medion MD 95500

Hello Medion from my hard drive is nearly full because most of the data I need, I would still only replace the disk.

To ensure compliance with the old data needs to use again, I can still fall back. WWRE the easiest for me.
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Re: Medion MD 95500

Hello,

MD95500 is your laptop, right? So, the installation of a second hard disk flat.

You can but the existing hard disk with a larger share (leave) and the old data to the new.

Or you Get a new plate and build the old disk in an external hard disk, then you can easily access it via USB.
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Re: Medion MD 95500

Hi,

it is clear to me that a second disk cannot be but will only replace the old where can I find a guide!

Under the Tastertur this is not all even if I screw from the bottom do I get the cover is not from my presumption is that the hard drive next to the fan sits anywhere from below as I come off as!


Have a variety of programs which I currently do not wish to do this but not delete for this reason, I would simply replace the hard drive and requires again
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