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i300 3GB HDD (dismantling & removing)

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I'd like to know if anybody tried dismantling their SGH-i300?

My i300's 3gb microdrive conked out lately, and I think it's still

draining precious battery life even when not in use...

It might be possible (might be) if we could open up the unit

and try removing the HDD, and just use the expansion slot for

storage... as it will (I pressume) lengthen the battery life...

Any input will be highly appreciated... thanks!

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I'd like to know if anybody tried dismantling their SGH-i300?

My i300's 3gb microdrive conked out lately, and I think it's still

draining precious battery life even when not in use...

It might be possible (might be) if we could open up the unit

and try removing the HDD, and just use the expansion slot for

storage... as it will (I pressume) lengthen the battery life...

Any input will be highly appreciated... thanks!

Well no way to find out until you try right? If you have the resources, try putting in a bigger hdd, that would be phat.

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Try this change in regestry:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\StorageManager\Profiles\ TFLASH]

Folder ="HDD"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\StorageManager\Profiles\ TFLASH]

Name ="HDD"

\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\CorniceHDD

Folder = "HDD1"

Reboot and you got your SD-Card as HDD and HDD goes to HDD1

You can try to remove phisicaly the HDD, but draining of battery will be the same or a little smaler - it is tested!

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Try this change in regestry:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\StorageManager\Profiles\ TFLASH]

Folder ="HDD"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\StorageManager\Profiles\ TFLASH]

Name ="HDD"

\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\CorniceHDD

Folder = "HDD1"

Reboot and you got your SD-Card as HDD and HDD goes to HDD1

You can try to remove phisicaly the HDD, but draining of battery will be the same or a little smaler - it is tested!

Hi dear

registry is in phone or PC?

how to change it?

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