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HP EliteBook 6930p HDD - can I replace the HDD for a 500GB one?

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I want to upgrade the HDD on my HP 6930p EliteBook as it only came with a 160GB drive. Can I add a 500GB in its place or are there hardware restrictions?

I have seen it on laptops in the past that wont accept a HDD over a certain size.

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Hi mattdsc,

Maximum supported storage for your EB is 320GB.
See the quick specs bellow:

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13061_na/13061_na.pdf
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