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rcook12
1 week ago

What is SED encryption? I saw it in a hard drive description, but I’ve never heard of it before.

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MGaluzzi
1 week ago

I understand that SATA III could be faster with a SSD, but is a 7200rpm HDD fast enough for the increased transfer rate of SATA III to offer any advantage...

Tags: HDD, SATA II, SATA III, SSD |
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dvarian
1 week ago

I am looking at a new 2.5” HDD for a laptop, and am trying to choose between two different designs - a conventional 7200rpm drive or a 5400rpm hybrid SSD....

Tags: HDD, Hybrid Drive, SSD |
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ttopp
3 weeks ago

Other than keeping a HDD in a relatively dry environment, what steps should be taken for long term storage when they are not installed in a PC?

Tags: HDD, HDD storage |
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rcook12
10 weeks ago

One of the disadvantages of the X360 vs. the PS3 was the inability to easily replace the hard drive on the X360, while the PS3 had a standard laptop size...

Tags: HDD, PS3, X360, XBox One |
6 Answers |
jdixon
18 weeks ago

I’ve almost convinced myself to get a PS4, but I’m a little concerned about being limited to 500gb of internal storage in light of the size of games and...

Tags: HDD, Playstation 4, PS4, sony |
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catamount
20 weeks ago

What do I need to do to clone the hard drive in my Windows 7 PC? It’s started making funny (not haha) noises of the sort that HDDs make just before they...

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Number6
23 weeks ago
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I just ran across my old Windows 98 PC that I had in college, and just for fun I’m trying to see how usable I can make it after all these years. I know the...

Tags: FAT32, HDD, Windows 98 |
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