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Harddrive and a HP computer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lenny_vp, Apr 26, 2003.

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  1. lenny_vp

    lenny_vp Thread Starter

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    Do ya'll think that a Western Digital 40GB 7200RPM would work well on a Hp computer?
     
  2. Mariusz

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    just because the case says 'hp' does not mean anything when it comes to HD

    what is the HP model, what cpu, what mobo
     
  3. lenny_vp

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    I don't really know the mobo.. is there a specific place I can go into windows that will tell me all the specs?
     
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    ^ I think he means PC Wizard from the above address, and it is really good, fire it up and it will first show a Mainboard info screen showing your manufacturer, click on mainboard in the first window and it will let you know the model number.
     
  6. msgtgumby

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    That'll work to, but CPUID will also list your motherboard type. But I guess the other one would be better since he knows nothing about his system anyway. I never even saw that link before, always only used it for CPUID :)

    Smith
     
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