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04-09-08  09:15pm - 2303 days Original Post - #1
nygiants03 (162)
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External harddrive

It is that time again, I need more hard drive space for my porn.

What brand do you recommend? Have you had any problems with it? if so, how long have you had it?

04-10-08  04:07am - 2303 days #2
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i personally stick with seagate drives. i have had a 320gb for about 2 years with no problems. but i only hook it up when i wanna back something up, its not running all the time

04-10-08  04:16am - 2303 days #3
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I got a Western Digital MyBook Premium ES Edition, 500GB, 3 months ago. It came formatted in FAT32, so I first had to reformat it to NTFS, which took the better part of three hours, but it was worth it. (Had a BAD experience with FAT32 on another drive, so I don't recommend that file system if you're only going to use the drive with a PC and not with a Mac.)

It's sitting here not more than 18 inches from me, and it's so quiet I can't hear it at all except when I'm using it. It got mine for about $150 from Amazon. Khan and jd1961 recommended it to me, too. I've been very happy with it. You know the party’s really getting underway when the female boxers take a fisting break.

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04-10-08  04:47am - 2303 days #4
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Originally Posted by Drooler:


I got a Western Digital MyBook Premium ES Edition, 500GB, 3 months ago. It came formatted in FAT32, so I first had to reformat it to NTFS, which took the better part of three hours, but it was worth it. (Had a BAD experience with FAT32 on another drive, so I don't recommend that file system if you're only going to use the drive with a PC and not with a Mac.)

It's sitting here not more than 18 inches from me, and it's so quiet I can't hear it at all except when I'm using it. It got mine for about $150 from Amazon. Khan and jd1961 recommended it to me, too. I've been very happy with it.
I picked up another one of them, I've never had any trouble, and it's so quiet, I don't even know it's there.

04-10-08  05:34am - 2303 days #5
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The most highly reviwed drive is the Samsung Spinpoint 500GB

Can pick them up for around £50 - very nice indeed. But it is an internal drive so you will need a motherboard with external SATA 11 connections.

They are 10x faster than USB drives and therefore worht the inconvenience.

04-10-08  09:10am - 2302 days #6
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I pt use a Maxtor external HD with 380 Gb (my C: HD is 350 Gb) - never had any trouble with this Maxtor, and it's fast - well, I guess it's a worldwide Co., so try to Google the Maxtor-name....they got a lot of other Gb-sizes.
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04-10-08  10:06am - 2302 days #7
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Seagate 500MG never had an issue Will

04-11-08  12:50am - 2302 days #8
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Originally Posted by Drooler:


I got a Western Digital MyBook Premium ES Edition, 500GB, 3 months ago. It came formatted in FAT32, so I first had to reformat it to NTFS, which took the better part of three hours, but it was worth it. (Had a BAD experience with FAT32 on another drive, so I don't recommend that file system if you're only going to use the drive with a PC and not with a Mac.)

It's sitting here not more than 18 inches from me, and it's so quiet I can't hear it at all except when I'm using it. It got mine for about $150 from Amazon. Khan and jd1961 recommended it to me, too. I've been very happy with it.


I have the same one, and so far no problems. Strange thing though: you say it took you a long time to reformat to NTFS. It didn't take me long at all. Maybe I did it wrong? How can I know if I actually didn't reformat the drive? So far all files, pic, vid, and music, are working as normal. I did notice that it takes a good long while to defrag. This could all sound totally ignorant as I am a techno-ignoramus. My Indian name is Squirrel Of Many Thumbs. Bally Jerry pranged his kite right in the how's your father. Hairy blighter, dicky-birdied, feathered back on his Sammy, took a waspy, flipped over on his Betty Harper's and caught his can in the Bertie. Edited on Apr 11, 2008, 12:54am

04-11-08  03:22am - 2302 days #9
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Originally Posted by WeeWillyWinky:


I have the same one, and so far no problems. Strange thing though: you say it took you a long time to reformat to NTFS. It didn't take me long at all. Maybe I did it wrong? How can I know if I actually didn't reformat the drive? So far all files, pic, vid, and music, are working as normal. I did notice that it takes a good long while to defrag. This could all sound totally ignorant as I am a techno-ignoramus. My Indian name is Squirrel Of Many Thumbs.
No you didn't. There is a quick option.

04-12-08  06:14am - 2301 days #10
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Originally Posted by WeeWillyWinky:


I have the same one, and so far no problems. Strange thing though: you say it took you a long time to reformat to NTFS. It didn't take me long at all. Maybe I did it wrong? How can I know if I actually didn't reformat the drive? So far all files, pic, vid, and music, are working as normal. I did notice that it takes a good long while to defrag. This could all sound totally ignorant as I am a techno-ignoramus. My Indian name is Squirrel Of Many Thumbs.


Yes, as JD1961 pointed out, there's a quick option and a "full" option, I believe it's called. I did the "full" formatting and I wish I could tell you why. I just vaguely remember "quick" formatting floppies (see, it has been A WHILE) and not liking the results.

To find out if it's NTFS, right click on drive's icon, choose "properties," and then under the "general" tab, look at "file system" (the second or third line of info). At least that's what I get. I'm still an XP man. You know the party’s really getting underway when the female boxers take a fisting break.

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04-12-08  05:05pm - 2300 days #11
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Originally Posted by Drooler:


I did the "full" formatting and I wish I could tell you why.


I usually stick with a full format as well. As stated by Windows:

"Quick format removes files from the disk but does not scan the disk for bad sectors. Use this option only if this disk has been previously formatted and you are sure the disk is not damaged."

Full Formatting is much better at getting your hard drive back to its prime - the computer has the hard drive write cute little zeros over everything and then it tosses its formatting structure on top of it and you are ready to go. Granted, a full format can take a hell of a long time, but just go grab a bite to eat or something, your hard drive will be healthy for it. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" ˇ Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-12-08  07:13pm - 2300 days #12
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Originally Posted by Toadsith:


I usually stick with a full format as well. As stated by Windows:

"Quick format removes files from the disk but does not scan the disk for bad sectors. Use this option only if this disk has been previously formatted and you are sure the disk is not damaged."

Full Formatting is much better at getting your hard drive back to its prime - the computer has the hard drive write cute little zeros over everything and then it tosses its formatting structure on top of it and you are ready to go. Granted, a full format can take a hell of a long time, but just go grab a bite to eat or something, your hard drive will be healthy for it.


About being sure that the disk is not damaged, I've yet to master the "Vulcan Disk Probe" -- applying a finger grip to the device and divining its technological state of health.

So I just full format -- though it helps to start with an empty stomach. Pizza and beer should be somehow involved. You know the party’s really getting underway when the female boxers take a fisting break.

The next time someone tries to sell you something, ask them, "Do I get a floppy disk with it?" See how they react ...

04-12-08  07:22pm - 2300 days #13
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Originally Posted by Drooler:


I've yet to master the "Vulcan Disk Probe" -- applying a finger grip to the device and divining its technological state of health.


I've tried a taste-test as well, but sadly all hard drives taste the same to me. I think we need to train a fleet of dogs to be able to smell bad sectors and identify drives with them by barking. Then you could simply have a TechK9 team stop by your place and let you know if you need to reformat, need a whole new drive or are good to go. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" ˇ Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-12-08  08:03pm - 2300 days #14
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Originally Posted by Toadsith:


I've tried a taste-test as well, but sadly all hard drives taste the same to me. I think we need to train a fleet of dogs to be able to smell bad sectors and identify drives with them by barking. Then you could simply have a TechK9 team stop by your place and let you know if you need to reformat, need a whole new drive or are good to go.


-*BARK!*- It's HFS.
(Wags tail.) It's NTFS.
-*Grrrrrrr*- It's FAT32. You know the party’s really getting underway when the female boxers take a fisting break.

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04-16-08  06:22pm - 2296 days #15
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Western Digitals seem to be a little faster that Seagate, at least for me. But I would grab something with a good warranty and just back everything up to dvd every now and then. If you are just using it for storage of videos and such it really does not need to be a top performing drive. Just avoid the re manufactured drive off of ebay. Not saying they are junk, but the warranty is usually much shorter. "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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04-17-08  11:48am - 2295 days #16
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I found that the new Western Digital GreenPower drives are great for video archiving. 1TB is available for less than $200 if you shop around. You just need to slap it into an external enclosure.

04-21-08  03:09pm - 2291 days #17
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thanks for the info. What about internal harddrives, are they any better? I want something with the least chance of never losing my saved data. I plan on leaving lots of my porn in there for some time, and I would be pissed if one of these hard drives screwed everything up.

04-21-08  03:38pm - 2291 days #18
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Originally Posted by nygiants03:


thanks for the info. What about internal harddrives, are they any better? I want something with the least chance of never losing my saved data. I plan on leaving lots of my porn in there for some time, and I would be pissed if one of these hard drives screwed everything up.


Internal and External Hard Drives use the same technology for storing the data - magnetically manipulable film laid upon spinning drive platters with an actuated read/write arm. The only difference is how they are communicating with the computer, be it SATA, eSATA, Firewire (IEEE1394), USB, SCSI or (gasp!) EIDE. And all that those change is the transfer rates for the data.

You can format the drive multiple ways, though if you are using Windows that's going to be NTFS or the older (and inferior) FAT32. Linux has a boat load of formats you can use, and I think Mac has multiple choices as well.

The only "new" hard drive technology that you could choose is SSD. Solid State Disk, the same technology compact flash cards, thumb drives and other small non-volatile memory cards use. The problem is that a 120 GB hard drive costs about 3 Grand. It is muy fast and is much less likely to lose your data, but at that price you might be able to higher someone to carve 0's and 1's into stone tablets for you. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" ˇ Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-21-08  04:07pm - 2291 days #19
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If you are truly worried about data lose just used a mirrored array. You can use hardware for this or just let Windows do it for you. The only problem here is that this only pretects you from physical hardware failure. If you get a virus or delete something accidentally it is mirrored to both drives. You could always get a second drive and simply copy and paste your videos and such to it every so often, then simply unplug it. Externals are nice for this since you can just hit the power switch and leave it off for a month at a time if you would like. Plus it is less prone to user error.

Another option is to back everything up to DVD. This take a bit of time. But not as much time to download everything. This is cheaper than buying a hard drive by about 4 times, but it is messier and you are oinly going to write to the disk one time...so updating with new material is a pain in the ass.

If you have a little money to spend on this just go for a second hard drive and have it connected through eSATA preferable, but USP or Firewire should do you just fine. Granted this costs more....but is a lot easier and keeps everything together.

Also, Western Digitals are claimed to be more reliable, slightly. But to what extent I honestly do not know. Personally I have had 1 WD and 1 SG sent back.

How many hard drives are you talking about having though? Or how much data are you looking to store. If it is in the range of several TB or higher you could also consider a raid 5 array. But that depends on how fancy you want to get. "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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04-21-08  04:23pm - 2291 days #20
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Originally Posted by badandy400:


Another option is to back everything up to DVD. This take a bit of time. But not as much time to download everything. This is cheaper than buying a hard drive by about 4 times, but it is messier and you are oinly going to write to the disk one time...so updating with new material is a pain in the ass.


Another problem with the DVD storage method route is the quality of the DVDs you buy. Both CDs and DVDs degrade with age. The cheaper the disc, generally the faster it will degrade. Keeping them in a cool (not cold, say 50°F to 70°F), dark and dry location is best. However, time will do it as well, the layers that the media is composed of will separate and then you are screwed. Taiyo Yuden out of Japan is generally considered the best manufacturer, but they can be difficult to acquire. Even they have multiple levels of disc quality - the top I believe is called Archival Gold and is designed to last 100 years. I think the CDs were about $10 a pop, so I'd imagine the DVDs are even more ridiculous. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" ˇ Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-21-08  05:38pm - 2291 days #21
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Im trying to put all my porn filled on this computer which is 250 gb or so on an external hard drive, so I can start a new collection. I appreciate all the info as I do not know much about hardware for computers. So you say Western digital would be best? or would seagate, LaCie, maxtor, Toshiba, simpletech, cms, iomega be better?

I am probably getting Maxtor one touch or WD passport with about 250 gb to "empty my load".

04-21-08  05:56pm - 2291 days #22
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Originally Posted by nygiants03:


So you say Western digital would be best? or would seagate, LaCie, maxtor, Toshiba, simpletech, cms, iomega be better?


In all honesty, there are only a few hard drive manufacturers to stay away from (those cursed IBM drives from a few years ago, for example), but as for recommended hard drives, that is much harder. Everybody has a personal favorite for various reasons. I like Samsung and Maxtor. Samsung because they are reasonably priced and super quiet and Maxtor because they are very quiet until they actually read or write (and then they are super loud, which is kinda cute and lets you know when stuff is accessing your drive). I've only had one hard drive die on me, a Western Digital, and I tend to find that brand to be a bit loud because there is often a constant whine unless the platters spin down. Other people will have had Maxtors die, or Seagates or so on. Make sure your drive has at least a 3 year warranty - some have 5 year or even 7 year ones.

The trick is you want a large cache (8 MB at least) and you want the least amount of platters for the amount of space you are looking for. For example the early Terabyte drives used 5 platters, however Samsung's 3 platter drive is much more reliable. Less moving parts and all that. My general rule of thumb is if you you are paying less than 67 Cents per Gig, then you are getting a reasonable deal. These days you can usually get a much better price than that. If you watch SlickDeals.net you can always get good prices on hard drives.

If you have a newer motherboard, I'd definitely go for SATA as it is just so easy to setup. Plug it in, boot windows and go into Disk Management under the Administrative Tools (in Control Panel) and select the drive and then mount it. (This is assuming you are using XP.) It literally takes less than 5 minutes of real work to setup the drive. The computer has to of course format it, but you can go read a book or whatever during that time.

Oh - and Maxtor One Touch is a cute looking case and reasonably fast, but if you are using the automatic back-up software, in my experience, don't. It sucks. Just use it like an external drive and don't bother with the software. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" ˇ Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-22-08  12:07pm - 2290 days #23
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To hell with that Toadsith!!! 67 cents per GB is an extreme anal raping! Seriously though...it is easy to find them at 25 cents per GB...most actual stores are around 33 cents still...and I have been paing 18 cents per GB on the last 4 drives i bought. Of course this depends on where you live, but if you order from an online store you should be able to get a 500 GB drive for $100 shipped. If you find the right deal you can get a 750 GB for 130 shipped.

If you are looking for back up only I still say go with an external drive so it can stay off while you are using your computer for something else, or while you are away from it.

Just a tid bit of info....Seagate bought out Maxtor anyway.

Lacie drives are usually pretty expensive...you could buy a couple drives for the price of one of those!

Which ever method you decide on just allow windows or whatever to do a full format of the new drive....be careful to select the right drive though! External drives are usually preformed, but reformat it anyway because the long format checks the drive and can tell you if there is anything wrong with it. Alot of times I use quick formating but that is because I am lazy and usually in a hurry...but then end up emptying it an running a full check anyway.

Basically...get one of the big names, make sure it is new with a warranty. These things are not rocket science to set up for simple porn use. Hell the external drives you just plug the power cord into the wall and the USB into the computer and 10 seconds later you are saving you hard earned collection. "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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04-22-08  06:52pm - 2290 days #24
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Originally Posted by badandy400:


To hell with that Toadsith!!! 67 cents per GB is an extreme anal raping! Seriously though...it is easy to find them at 25 cents per GB...most actual stores are around 33 cents still...and I have been paing 18 cents per GB on the last 4 drives i bought.


Ha ha - true, it is a bit pricey now, but honestly, drive prices have just been plummeting in the last year. The ol' 67 cent rule lasted for about 6 years straight. The drive sizes slowly increased each year, but the price per gig usually stayed the same and that quirky price mark was broken only on sales. Now a days it is easy to break it, but I still use it as a benchmark - I guess I get a bit stuck in my routines, lol "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" ˇ Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-22-08  07:59pm - 2290 days #25
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Very true. I am certainly glad that is not the case now. After all $670 for 1 TB would really slow me down! I find myself doing that for many things. It is one of those ways of putting a date on yourself. Kinda like calling a CD a record, or saying "I am taping that show."

Most 500 GB drives can be had for about $100....so 20 cents per GB. The smaller ones end up costing more per GB. Any more I prefer to perhaps pay a cent or two more per GB and get a high drive density. Many people forget that it costs money to house and connect anything over what your computer could originally handle. I found some dirt cheap Sata to Sata enclosures and SATA controller cards, but it still cost about $15 per drive to get it running when buying these components in volume. "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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04-28-08  05:06am - 2285 days #26
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I mostly buy Maxtor external HDs. They are not very expensive and their quality is quite cool. '' Velvet Roses In My Way ''

03-23-09  12:09pm - 1955 days #27
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I didn't quite know where else to put this post (not worthy of a thread on it's own) so this seemed the best place.

Apparently some computer nerd in Finland has upgraded to the ultimate external drive. Seems he lost his finger in an accident. Rather than leaving well enough alone, he had a prosthetic finger built with a USB drive. He can flip open the fingernail and plug his finger into a computer, downloading or uploading to his heart's content. Now, if that ain't a truly personal porn device, I don't know what it is. BadAndy, eat your heart out.

03-23-09  02:31pm - 1955 days #28
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Originally Posted by Wittyguy:


Apparently some computer nerd in Finland has upgraded to the ultimate external drive. Seems he lost his finger in an accident...he had a prosthetic finger built with a USB drive. He can flip open the fingernail and plug his finger into a computer, downloading or uploading to his heart's content.


If he sticks his finger up his ass, would that be considered an external or internal hard drive? Lol.

03-23-09  04:51pm - 1955 days #29
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Now that would be cool. He can have porn anywhere he goes. Does that classify him as a cyborg?

Sticking his finger in his ass would indeed make it internal. Puts a new spin on "uploading" :) "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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03-24-09  06:10am - 1955 days #30
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The Lacie range of terrabyte drives are pretty reliable. We've been using four of them for a while now and so far they've been brilliant. http://www.SeriousMistressesForums.com

03-24-09  08:47am - 1954 days #31
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And they cost a good bit more than a WD or even a Seagate. "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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03-25-09  12:48pm - 1953 days #32
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My 2 cents:
I'd recommend getting a internal drive and buying a external enclosure. For a few reasons really. If you buy a manufactured external drive and something ever goes wrong, you'll have to send it back into the manufacture. Even if it's something simple like a cable coming lose or what not. Otherwise if you open it up, you could void the warrenty. Where as if you buy a internal and external closure (same thing as a manufactured external HD) if something happens you can always open up the enclosure your self to make sure it's not something simple like a cable being unplugged. Or if you ever decide you wanna put it in your PC, you can do that easily also.

Anyway, just my 2 cents.

03-25-09  06:17pm - 1953 days #33
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And a good two cents it is, actually closer to a nickel.

I agree 100%, but you do have to be careful that the enclosure you would happen to buy is rated for the size of drive you want to put in it. "For example, badandy400 has taken it upon himself to become the one man Library of Congress for porn with a collection that surely will be in Guinness Book of World Records some day." ~Toadsith~

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03-26-09  06:50am - 1953 days #34
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Originally Posted by deanpro:


The Lacie range of terrabyte drives are pretty reliable. We've been using four of them for a while now and so far they've been brilliant.


Scratch that, my Lacie 'big disk extreme +' just crashed on me today. Talk about tempting fate. This one was only four months old and had about 500gb of work on it.

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