This varies heavily by model. Very old Tecras have the hard drive in the front, underneath the sound card. Other models have them either on the side, or directly underneath, covered by a flat panel.
Toshiba laptop hard drives are sold at Best Buy, Amazon, Radioshack, Walmart, Target, Newegg, eBay, Apple, Toshiba, Server Supply, and Drive Solutions.
You can access the hard drive from the bottom of the laptop. If you turn the laptop upside down, you'll find the hard drive door under the Toshiba sticker with the laptop serial number. Remove two screws from the hard drive cover and then remove the cover. Slide the hard drive to the right and remove it. Transfer the hard drive bracket to a new hard drive.
When the hard disk is dysfunctional or has crashed, the laptop cannot detect it. The error message 'No hard disk drive 0' will appear as a result.
The operating system is Ubuntu Linux. It has a 4 GB Solid State hard disk Drive.
Hi The hard drive is under the CD ROM. So first slide out the CD ROM. You can then unscrew and slide out the hard disk. Cheers
You technically already have one - it's the recovery partition on your hard-drive.
HDD (Hard drive disk) or disk drive
just go to ezrestorepc.com for all your recovery needs from many different brands including the toshiba one :-)
The Toshiba laptop m65 is an older model with a 100gb hard drive. it weighs nearly 7 pounds and has a 17 inch widescreen display. This is probably the closest a laptop will be to a desktop computer.
Yes. You can get an external hard drive case and put the hard drive in that to convert it to an external USB hard disk.Your laptop would have had a 2.5 inch hard disk. Make sure you find an external hard drive case which accepts laptop-sized 2.5 inch hard disk. Also you must keep in mind what type of interface your hard disk uses. If it is SATA, you will need a case which supports it, as opposed to regular ATA-100 (now being called PATA).Put your laptop's old hard disk into that external hard drive case & bingo, its now an external USB disk that you can plug into any computer! Another answer Alternatively, you can purchase a USB to IDE cable and temporarily connect the drive to a desktop computer to retrieve your files.
It is also known as Hard Drive, Disk Drive, Or Hard Disk Drive.
The hard disk drive platter is used to store magnetic data or information that comes from the hard disk drive, where they are stored. The hard disk drive can contain one or more hard disk platter.
* Hard disk drive * Hard drive * HDD
I have a toshiba Satellite l40 laptop it came with no operating system and i am planning to install windows xp but when I try to install xp it says no hard drives found
because is a fixed drive
Hardware components of a laptop are: Motherboard CPU RAM Expansion cards Power supply Optical disc drive Hard disk drive Keyboard
Floppy disks are smaller in dimension than a desktop hard drive, although wider than a laptop drive. They are far lighter than even a laptop drive. Given their relatively small size and light weight, they are easier to carry around.
they are the same thing... The Hard Disk is the magnetic disk that stores the bytes, the Drive is the mechanism that writes the data to the disk.
A hard drive is a form of magnetic disk.
a laptop hard drive is small...much smaller than a desktop hard drive.
My HP Pavilion m6 is stock installed with a 640GB "HP ProtectSmart" Hard-drive, but in my system information it is labeled as a "TOSHIBA MK6476GSX SATA Disk Device." So that leads me to believe yes, in fact some HP laptops ship with Toshiba Hard-Drives.
There's no way you can install the CD / DVD drive from a Dell laptop in an iBook. The hard drive should be possible, as long as they are both IDE drives.
A Hard disk or even a hard drive stores information.
It depends. If it is a laptop hard disk, and you know the interface (IDE or SATA, there is a difference), you would purchase a 2.5" IDE/SATA Hard Disk Enclosure. If it is a desktop hard disk, and you know the interface (IDE or SATA, there is a difference), you would purchase a 3.5" IDE/SATA Hard Disk enclosure. Hopefully this helps.