Panasonic toughbook CF-28 replacing ihard drive

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  1. ToughbookGeek96

    ToughbookGeek96 Notebook Consultant

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    So you have a Cf-28 but the Hard drive is 20gb and you want 80gb. So I have made this as a guide.
    Step one: Open the back panel with the release sliders.
    Step 2: remove hard drive caddy with pulling up the tab then push and pull on one of each tabs
    Step 3 unscrew the screws with a size 1 (?) Philips-head and pull up the caddy
    Step 4 pull out the hard drive and replace with the other hard drive and do this process in reverse order.
     
  2. scpres

    scpres Notebook Geek

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    Whats the antenna in cf 28 for? I have a CF30 MK4 with the same antenna ? how can I use it for ?
     

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    I believe that it is for wifi. My personal CF-28 has it
     
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    User32 Toughbook Master Race

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    I was going to say WWAN but I haven't seen a CF-28 in ages.
     
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    Maybe. I use Ethernet and rarely use the antenna
     
  6. toughasnails

    toughasnails Toughbook Moderator Moderator

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    It's been a while since I have been around a 28 but I think the antenna is for CDMA service ??
     
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    Springfield Notebook Deity

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    There were 2 kinds of antennas on later CF-28s: cell (CDMA?) and wifi "B". The cell were common for police car use, but from what I saw the wifi was pretty rare. It was a Cisco card in a PC card slot hidden under the keyboard. I think the wifi was mainly used to connect to a CF-VDW07 wireless display using proprietary software that only runs under WinXP or Win2K. I still have a working setup like this . . .
     
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    I remember I had to turn off that hidden WiFi to get my added wireless card to work.


    Sent from my CF-M34
     
  9. ToughbookGeek96

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    What is the wireless card jst wondering
     
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