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Is replacing the hard drive in a laptop a relatively simple thing to do?
I'm awaiting my income tax refund check (the one day a year I'm glad to live in the USA) and I know what I want to spend it on -- a new computer. It won't replace the machine I'm using right now as my main computer (at least not right away), but I want to use it for video editing.
Video takes up a lot of disc space, especially when it's of un-assy quality. So I want to get a computer with a very very large hard drive, but those that I've found in my 8 seconds of online browsing are all quite expensive indeed (a little bit to a fair bit to quite a bit more than the amount I'll be getting back).
So I'm wondering if I could conceivably buy something cheap like this and swap some of the guts around. Would I be best off having a repair shop do that? They're pretty spendy, too, so it might not be worth it in the end.
I'm also going to be in the market for video cameras, but that'll probably have to wait a little while.
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I think it is that hard to swap hard drives in a laptop (netbook might be annoying though)... but you might need to search online to find out the proper way to access the hard drive...
when I was working I had to pull the hardrive from laptops and it was simple... but sometimes you have to work to get to them... with one of the laptops, I had to remove 4 panels and the keyboard just to get to the harddrive
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I was thinking along the lines of following a how-to guide. I'd be leery even then.
Can't you just get an external hard drive? The one I have is 1 TB and it was like $70 when I got it 2 or so years ago.
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