Hrmm odd cause my Z60M lenovo said the largest drive i could buy was
120G, but sensing the fact that was only due to specs i opted to buy a
250G SATA i plugged it in and it worked fine. might be the specs were
based on drive sizes available at the time ?


On Sun, 5 Aug 2007 09:51:24 -0500
Jonathan Horne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Saturday 04 August 2007 23:10:02 Dan Langille wrote:
> > The FreeBSD Diary contains a large number of practical
> > examples and how-to guides.  This message is posted weekly
> > to freebsd-questions@freebsd.org with the aim of letting people
> > know what's available on the website.  Before you post a question
> > here it might be a good idea to first search the mailing list
> > archives <http://www.freebsd.org/search/search.html#mailinglists>
> > and/or The FreeBSD Diary <http://www.freebsddiary.org/>.
> >
> > These are the articles posted during this period:
> >
> > 1-Aug : IBM ThinkPad T41: Upgrading RAM and HDD
> >      Things are getting tight and slow...
> >      http://freebsddiary.org/ibm-thinkpad-t41-hardware-upgrades.php?2
> 
> dan,
> 
> saw your article.  hold tight if you havent bought anything yet... we
> have a ton of ibm t4x laptops, which are nearing decommission.  the
> ones that are still in service have a minimum of a gig of ram, and
> some might have more.  i know we have a ton of discarded ram modules,
> and i *might* be able to come up with something that might be worth
> donating.
> 
> i will check what we have first thing monday morning, and let you
> know if im able to send something over.
> 
> cheers,
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