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Answer is "YES" The SSD drive is smaller than the HDD you are replacing but there is a bracket in the fixing kit which should work. Doesn't really matter much as new the drive only needs the cables connected and it will be ok. This link might be useful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcChcrjCILo
15 Oct 2014 by H. Morrison
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If you're thinking about a ThinkPad - almost definitely. 7 mm is the size of ThinkPad slots, so its the right size.
22 Mar 2015 by AMMcGovern
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This should fit looking at the specs. if you get the upgrade kit you will be able go use the current hdd as an external hard drive.
5 days ago by Nial Cooper
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It should be compatible no problem
17 Feb 2014 by Adam Omylanowski
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no
17 Dec 2014 by Constantin S.
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I think too many people get hung up quoted speeds all I can say I have a 240GB Kingston in my pc and the speed increase is great and no problems/take the plunge and you wont be disappointed/I plan to get another one soon for my laptop.
11 Feb 2015 by malcolm rackstraw
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I have had a quick look at what type of HDD is fitted to an Advent 9515 and it looks like it does have a SATA connection for the HDD so it should be ok. You will need to open the cover and check that it is a SATA drive before ordering
25 Mar 2015 by terry
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As long as the laptop takes a 2.5 inch SATA drive, this will fit. A plastic frame is included with the drive which can be stuck to the drive (Make sure the correct side to stick) so that it would not wobble when fitted. The original hard drives are thicker than SSDs.
11 Mar 2015 by V. Thavalingham
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Nope, you'll have to sort it out yourself.
2 Feb 2015 by Alberto Forti
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