Originally Posted by pcstuff
For those of you who're brave enough to take out the HDD and do a DIY upgrade, Toshiba just came out with 100 and 200 GB versions of their specially designed for auto-infotainment hard drives:
Anyone going to try?
Unfortunately, it is not so simple. First we need to be able to read the drive. If you cannot mount it or even properly identify the drive, you won't be able to resize any partitions on it. There are several partitions that each would need to be resized and also have their data copied over.
Partition Magic will not do the trick for this hack.
But, once we figure out the filesystem, these drives will certainly come in handy.