A 2.5 inch laptop hard drive can be used in a desktop computer with an appropriate adapter and mounting. Laptop CD / DVD drives have proprietary connectors. To use them, you would have to partially disassemble the drive, and then connect the aforementioned adapter.
As ripping DVD movies to PC, I use a DVD Ripper,
you need a DVD burner. you can install one inside your PC or laptop or you can buy a portable DVD burner that you can connect through usd to your PC or laptop.
you have to buy a external usb DVD drive for about £50 but there are some cheaper you can get these from PC world ,argos and places like that.
Have to write it here to not get 'invalid context format' The laptop is from 2014 IIRC and has a Dell docking port. I want to make the laptop use the pc parts as if they were it's internal ones, or the pc to use the hard drive from the laptop, and use the laptop for the monitor and keyboard. I do not want to do anything on its inside if possible
You use a common dvd-r. The process is different but similar for a mac and pc.
No. The Eee PC contains no optical drive at all. However, the laptop does come with software to play DVDs if you connect an external drive via USB.
In my experience, the laptops have slower drives in terms of read speed.
Most modern PC's will play DVD movies. However, you need to make sure your PC has a DVD drive. Some older or very low-end PC's have only a CD player, which will not play DVD's. Also, some laptop and notebook PC's save size and weight by omitting to have a built-in DVD drive. In this case you can plug an external DVD drive into a USB port.
DVD drives will work across both Macs and PC's.
Yes, it doesnt matter the type.
A PC laptop should have 750GB hard drive space. This space is needed for storing pictures, mail, music, games and other things you will be downloading on your PC laptop.
1. use a junk drive 2. use email 3. use a recovery disk
Most notebook PCs have a permanently built in CD-ROM or DVD drive. If your PC lacks this component it is possible to use certain software to emulate having a drive.
buy a vista OS or if you might have got a reboot CD wiv ur PC/Laptop put it in and restart and follow the instructions. I fyou did not get it with ur PC/Laptop then you might have to install it onto a DVD as the software is placed on your hard drive.
It is the same as a laptop hard drive
A DVD-RW is errased using a DVD burner on your laptop or PC.
Yes the 250 Gb hard drive has a lot of room for graphics and the laptop is always upgradable, having a great DVD drive in it.
You can use a standard Laptop harddrive not a PC harddrive see related link
no, but you can put the 360's hard drive as the slave hard drive of your PC if it is not a laptop
Buy a new drive
get a pen drive and save it on to it then move it to ur pc
you can use it in an external enclosure that connects to the laptop using either USB, firewire, etc. However, you will never have enough room to install a genuine hard disk inside a decent laptop case.
A laptop is just another type of PC-personal computer, assuming it's for personal use.
No. An ISO is simply an "image" of a DVD, and you will need a DVD burner in order to burn it. However there are software available such as PowerISO, that will create a "virtual" drive on your PC. This virtual drive can be loaded with any content, including an ISO file, tricking your PC into thinking that there is a DVD in that "virtual" drive with the said content