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IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

Hallo, this is my first post on forum. I am beginner in server's and now I have problem . I bought 3 HDD for IBM x3200 M3
IBM 600GB 6G 15K 3.5" 49Y1866 to replace3 old 160GB HDD. Now, I see in compatibility list that I need HDD with number IBM 600GB 6G 15K 3.5" 44W2244. Whether hdd with this tag 49Y1866 will be able to work on my server.
Thanks in advance

RE: IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

Yes, they will work, but you will have to take the drives out of the drive caddy and use the caddy from the old 160GB drives.

RE: IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

ok, thank you. i will try

RE: IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

I am happy to see such an old server which is still used. My server is IBM System x3650 M3 Server. I am trying to upgrade it too.

RE: IBM server x3200 M3 HDD replace

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