Keith231
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Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

Does anyone have one of these to sell? Dell doesn't have them, can't  find a reliable source, compaticle part numbers are something like 8T687 X4680 JP130 JP131 YY969.

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7- Gold

Re: Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

Hi Keith231,

This is the media bay hard drive caddy, right? I think Ebay is your best choice.

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Keith231
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Re: Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

people advertise stuff they don't have, had to cancel twice already.

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7- Gold

Re: Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

I know the feeling.

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speedstep
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Re: Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

This vendor has them.

www.txcesssurplus.com/.../Detail

Dell DMOD 8T687-A00 Second Drive Module Assembly JP131

Dell Second Drive Module Assembly with Caddy, LED Flex Cable, and Metal Mounting Plate, DMOD, D-Series, *No Hard Drive Included, 8T687-A00, Dell 8T687-A00, JP131, 8N828. (This part was pulled from a new, surplus system.)

Compatible Dell JP131 Systems:

  • Dell Inspiron: 300m, 500m, 600m, 8500, 8600, 8600c, 9100, and XPS
  • Dell Latitude: D400, D600, D800, and D810
  • Dell Precision WorkStation: M60


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DOUG6567
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RE: Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

This is a long time after your post, but do you still need a second hard drive module 8T687-A00?

I was re-organizing my storage closet and found this hard drive in original DELL box and was wondering what it originally was purchased for. I doesn't seem to go to any computer that I have now.

Doug

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andrew unwin
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RE: Latitude D630 Second Hard Drive Modules, PATA

Hello, 8t687-A00 is the part number for the second hard drive module, or YY969.

Just a small word of warning, for some reason these units are for IDE drives, which I find strange as Laptops from this time period onwards were pretty much always using SATA interface drives, a small converter will remedy this but it's an extra expense you do not plan for.

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