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Can I replace the HDD in my Dell 2650 laptop with a Seagate 80-pin SCSI HDD? If yes, please explain.
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Doubtful....you need it to be 2.5" and most laptops don't have a built in SCSI controller....sry dude.
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Welcome to Overclock.net marge!
Hmm.. I don't believe you'll be able to do that, there won't be an interface for the SCSI drive.
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