harddrive any one reccomend one?

  frankie 19:01 25 May 2007

budget 100-00, standard one to fit in two year old pc, not sata type. pc case is home built standard type tower, thanks for looking

  sunny staines 19:14 25 May 2007

seagate ones have a 5 year warranty. i ordered this one this morning
click here

  Totally-braindead 19:23 25 May 2007

Seagate or Western Digital or Maxtor. Personally I haven't had bother with any of them so cannot pick any one out of the three. At the moment I have 2 Seagates and a Maxtor.

  frankie 19:37 25 May 2007

thanks looks ok is it a standard ide one i think i need ,totally braindead thanks as well

  jack 19:53 25 May 2007

Check the E-buyer site they have a bnk holoday special on Western digi's

  Totally-braindead 22:33 25 May 2007

Hard drives are not expensive click here for £100 you could even get a very large external one. Prices have dropped considerably over the years.

  Stuartli 00:19 26 May 2007

Been a Western Digital fan for many years.

£100 will buy you a 500GB internal hard drive these days.

A far cry from the 1.7GB, 6.4GB, 20GB and 60GB drives I've had over the years that all each cost me, on average, around £65....:-)

The capacities have been constantly increasing whilst prices have remained stable or, in fact, even dropped.

At one time we used to reckon £10 or more per gigabyte - now it's down to 5GB for just £1.

  Quiet Life 10:51 26 May 2007

See click here
This utility gives full back up facilities and is a good reason for going for Seagate/Maxtor.

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