Released September 2013, identified with model number T100T. 2-in-1 portable with Quad core Intel® Atom™ processor and 2GB of RAM.

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Replacing of hard drive

Location, replacement, and largest size that can be on tablet on the Asus Transformer T100

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You cannot replace the "hard drive" because it doesn't have one. It has an integrated chip that's solid state. What you can do though, is use a micro sd, and get a OTG (on the go) connector for your micro usb, and connect tons of usb thumbdrive sticks to it, or an external HDD.

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What if your hard drive is working correctly and the administrator is not functioning

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Dustin is correct for most Asus T100. But Asus does produce a version with a 500GB hard drive installed in the keyboard unit. The standard unit, without the hard drive, is likely a T100TAM-C1. The unit with an installed 500GB drive is a T100TAM-H2.

I am not 100% sure, but I believe all keyboards are wired for the hard drive, regardless if one is installed, or not. So a hard drive can be added to a unit after purchase.

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Sorry, the ASUS Keyboard dock without an HD are too thin and lack the interface for a har drive.

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I can assure you taht all of the keyboards are NOT the same. Mine does not have the space or the connectors to add a HDD.

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Well, if it is a model with a hdd, here's a link as to how to replace it.

I was unfortunate enough to have the hdd in my t100ta fail, and this is how you take it out (or perhaps replace it)

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why you were unfortunate , it didnt work ?!!

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