Satellite M40x-189: on the HARD drive and graphics card update Question

Hi people just a few quick questions.

1. a second hard drive can I be mounted on the cell above?... it came with a 60 GB HARD drive
graphics mobile geforce or ati 2. can / will be mounted instead of the integrated graphics card?

the answers would be greatly appreciated.

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Hello

It is not possible to upgrade or replace the graphics card. The graphics card is a small chip that attaches to the motherboard. It s not the same technology as on desktop computers.
Upgrading the HARD drive is something different. It of possible to replace the HARD drive to another. But before you replace the HARD drive, you must check if the HARD disk is compatible and if the BIOS will recognize.
Sometimes the BIOS cannot recognize the hardest.

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