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15-07-2009, 15:34:35

maxw
Hi,
I'm looking for an external HDD to back-up my valuable data on (along with having it on both computers and the internet).
I don't need much storage though something like 250GB? or I could go with less.

NOW LOOKING FOR SATA 3.5" CADDY or EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE!

So, what you people got?

Thanks,
Max

15-07-2009, 16:24:55

Ian Evey
If you have a spare ide or sata HD around 160gb why not buy an external caddy? I got a sata dock as i have numerous 80gb 160gb hard drives and you can swap them on the fly ( no safely removing them ) then put a label on the Hard Disk with whats on it and your good to go.

They are usually usb2.0 or eSATA only about £10 to £25 depending on which you buy.

Just a thought.

Ian

15-07-2009, 16:37:59

maxw

If you have a spare ide or sata HD around 160gb why not buy an external caddy? I got a sata dock as i have numerous 80gb 160gb hard drives and you can swap them on the fly ( no safely removing them ) then put a label on the Hard Disk with whats on it and your good to go.

They are usually usb2.0 or eSATA only about £10 to £25 depending on which you buy.

Just a thought.

Ian


Good Idea!

Okay - NOW LOOKING FOR SATA 3.5" CADDY or EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE!

Thanks,
Max

15-07-2009, 18:12:29

PeterStoba

Good Idea!

Okay - NOW LOOKING FOR SATA 3.5" CADDY or EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE!

Thanks,
Max



I have a 320GB Seagate external hard drive if you are interested. Not sure how much you are looking to pay?

15-07-2009, 18:20:56

maxw

I have a 320GB Seagate external hard drive if you are interested. Not sure how much you are looking to pay?



How much would you take for it? - looking for it to be cheap tbh :)

16-07-2009, 11:39:50

maxw
Hi Peter,
Got your P/M.

Have you got a link to the product?

Thanks,
Max

23-07-2009, 11:43:17

maxw
Hey Peter...
£25 ok?

will send money right away.

Thanks,
Max

23-07-2009, 11:44:51

PeterStoba
£25 via paypal is fine, I'll send you a PM now with details
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