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> if your laptop is more than 2
>years old the chances are good that it uses an IDE drive.
>At which point you wouldn't be able to do any swapping.
Oh, MAN. I think I'm almost home free, then a new twist arises! I have a WinBook (Microcenter in-house laptop) that's at least 3 years old. Now surely laptops had pop-out drives back then . . . I seem to recall they've had this for a while. Why won't I be able to pop this one out and stick in another?
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