External Hard-drive

  HFC 22:50 27 Jan 2003
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I already have two Hard-drives inside my machine but recently was given a new(ish) 8.4G one as well. Could I use this as an external back-up device? I have a fire-wire card (my USB's are taken up). I read in another thread that you can get some kind of 'caddy' for an external drive. Can this be done? Would it work as a back-up device?

  Lú-tzé 23:15 27 Jan 2003

click here for some ideas. They are somewhat expensive though...

  bigray 06:29 28 Jan 2003

If you have a sparebay on the front of your PC you could put in a removable hard drive.

  MichelleC 09:18 28 Jan 2003

The external caddys are about £50 (alaminum). You need a firewire caddy if your usb ports are used up, but not sure if regular hd goes with it or have to use firewire hd.

  HFC 11:31 28 Jan 2003

Thanks to all. It doesn't really look worth the money to get this to work.

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