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no not compatible, need 2.5" drive.
Alden Concept
Seller · June 9, 2016
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The cables - 2 types - one for the data and the other for the power to the drive have to be purchased separately. Usually 2 or 3 sets are given with the motherboard.
Mario Lawrence Monteiro
· February 4, 2017
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"single drive" means it is what the OEM would see. No other parts included. You should not need any parts. To install it, you will need to remove the old drive. to do that, you will remove the 2 screws that hold the drive in the computer, unplug the two plugs from the end, then remove the from 2 to 4 screws that ho… see more "single drive" means it is what the OEM would see. No other parts included. You should not need any parts. To install it, you will need to remove the old drive. to do that, you will remove the 2 screws that hold the drive in the computer, unplug the two plugs from the end, then remove the from 2 to 4 screws that hold the drive in the mounting plate that you will find on the old drive. Simply remove the drive and the mounting fixture., and reverse the procedure. The other alternatives are more expensive and include packaging and other parts you very likely do not need. WD block is a top of the line drive and carries a manufacturers warranty of 5 years fromth MANUFACURE date. see less "single drive" means it is what the OEM would see. No other parts included. You should not need any parts. To install it, you will need to remove the old drive. to do that, you will remove the 2 screws that hold the drive in the computer, unplug the two plugs from the end, then remove the from 2 to 4 screws that hold the drive in the mounting plate that you will find on the old drive. Simply remove the drive and the mounting fixture., and reverse the procedure. The other alternatives are more expensive and include packaging and other parts you very likely do not need. WD block is a top of the line drive and carries a manufacturers warranty of 5 years fromth MANUFACURE date.
Canadian Tech
· November 29, 2019
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i have no idea....I just got shipped the drive ......
Ted Siller
· February 6, 2015
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Replace asap, sounds like it is on the brink of failure. Replace while you can still retrieve your data.... Might last a while but if your data has any value compared to a new drive.
Darrell Schartner
· July 5, 2018
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Yes
jacklyzou
Seller · November 17, 2019
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Good for games but SSD is faster.
Amazon Customer
· December 27, 2019
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No, not this model, it needs power from an external power supply.
Gilbert Page
· January 24, 2019
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No, mine did not come with a mounting plate. You need to use the ones that are provided with your tower, or use it within a SATA docking station.
Brandon2016
· July 16, 2018
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I would strongly advise against that. External drives aren’t designed for that purpose.
Karen
· July 26, 2021