Our TOUGHBOOK solution is "PLUG & PLAY" ! Nothing else is needed.


The recovery disc for your Toughbook CF-19 that we include is a great for backup in case you need to reinstall Windows and drivers in the future.


It is a huge time saver! Otherwise you need to have a Windows disc and spend hours downloading and configuring drivers for your Toughbook.





■  Recovery disc 


■  Hard drive of choice 


■  Hard drive caddy + cable 


■  Windows installed. "PLUG & PLAY!"


■  1 Year Warranty 





To find your full model # look at the label on the bottom of your Toughbook or check the BIOS (Hit F2 when you see the BLUE PANASONIC screen).


The first character after "CF-19_" determines your Mark or MK model. For example CF-19FMGC4AM would be an MK2 according to list below. For MK1 we also need BIOS version # on that same screen.



CF-19 Mark  -  First 3 digits


MK1 - CF-19C, CF-19D, CF-19E  (Need BIOS version)


MK2 - CF-19F, CF-19G, CF-19H, CF-19J


MK3 - CF-19K, CF-19L, CF-19M, CF-19N,CF-19Q


MK4 - CF-19R, CF-19S, CF-19T, CF-19V, CF-19W


MK5 - CF-19A, CF-19B, CF-19X, CF-19Y, CF-197


MK6 - CF-190, CF-191, CF-192,CF-193, CF-194


MK7 - CF-195, CF-196, CF-198, CF-199


MK8 - CF-19Z





CF-19 MK1/MK2 Panasonic never released Win7 disc, so XP is included.


CF-19 MK3/MK4 includes XP or Win 32 disc (no 64 bit) for the same reason. 

Hard Drive Caddy: Toughbook CF-19

  • Why choose an SSD over a SATA hard drive?


    • Speed: This is where SSDs shine. A SATA hard drive requires more time to speed up to operating specs, and will continue to be slower. SSD boots faster, launches and runs apps faster, and transfers files faster. 


    • Durability: An SSD has no moving parts, so it is more likely to keep your data safe in the event you drop your laptop


    • Noise: SSD's are super quiet! All SATA hard drives will emit a bit of noise... but SSDs make no noise at all, since they're non-mechanical.


    •Overall: SSD's are faster, more rugged, lighter form factor, make no noise, or fragmentation (technically part of speed). The only downfall is they are more expensive to the older slower SATA hard drives.