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ahmadii
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Registered: ‎02-03-2014
Location: Iran
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z510 caddy

Hi i have a lenovo z510 laptop recently i bought a 64 GB SSD which let me install Windows on it to make it faster and done the same and replace the SSD with the 1TB hdd now i want to add my 1TB hdd with this caddy below http://hddcaddy.com/en/lenovo-ibm-hdd-caddy/295-lenovo-ideapad-z500-hdd-caddy.html i want to know is there any way not to buy this caddy and make it my own? what is included in the caddy? is it necessary? can i buy a Micro SATA Cables - Slimline 13 pin SATA Male to 22 Pin SATA Female Cable Adapter instead and install my 1TB hdd instead of optical drive? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003YVP8VS/ref=wms_ohs_product can i do that? and make my own caddy? or there should be another circuit inline? thanks
ahmadii
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Re: z510 caddy

do any body know what to do?
boniface_1765
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Re: z510 caddy

hello, ahmadii

 

Yes, you can use an hdd caddy if its specified to fit in your z510. Mine comes only with sets of screws + screw driver.

Just make sure the specified height is 9.5mm. As you know, if there's one flaw to the z510 is it's design, there are no

service ports to replace the user replaceable parts such as memory, hdd, etc. It's is a daunting task just to replace one part. Study carefully the hardware manual, and proceed with caution.

 

 

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