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Will these hard drives work with my HP nc2400?

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I think this computer has a 1.8" SATA I hard drive.  I've been unable to extract it to verify yet  but I'd like to know if the below drives are compatible with it.  Thanks in advance.

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The HP nc2400 does have a 1.8" SATA drive and will support a SSD 1.8" SATA drive, however there have been many issues with using SSD drives in your laptop that causes the optical drive to stop working. If you plan to upgrade, I would stay away from SSD on this particular computer.
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I am not sure about that, I suggest you to contact HP for genuine result

http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/contact_us.html

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I just replaced my 1.8" zif drive in my d420 with this particular supertalent drive so I wasn't sure.
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Sorry for the delay.  Thank you for your assistance.
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