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revised How can I determine if a certain hard drive will fit my chromebook?
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comment How can I determine if a certain hard drive will fit my chromebook?
@fixer1234 - I think the only challenge to you statement is the thickness of the drive 7mm - 9mm could make a diff of fitting or not. :) but otherwise, I agree.
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answered How can I determine if a certain hard drive will fit my chromebook?
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