£100 pounds to spend

  kspatto 23:23 18 Dec 2003
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would like to buy a new hard drive as big and as fast as possible i am running xp on a 1.8 gig machine ----or a new printer must be cheap to run speed not an issue decent pic quality any suggestions would be most appreciated

thanks

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 23:34 18 Dec 2003

I got a Samsung sp1604n 160 Ultra ATA 133 7200rpm drive from pc world for 77 quid nice drive to fast and seeing as the 80 gig 1 was 68 quid i thought why not.



Regards.

  alcudia 08:37 19 Dec 2003

True. Recently picked up a Seagate 80Gb from PC World Business for £45, and a Seagate 120Gb for £69. Also the setup utility you can download from the Seagate site sets up and formats these discs in a matter of seconds. I don't expect to have any problems with them. (shouldn't have said that)

A NICKNAME

How are you geting on with your machine?

  GibsonSt19 09:45 19 Dec 2003

About 3 months ago, I bought 2x Maxtor 150SATA 120gb drives for 120 squids(total).

They're pretty decent too!

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 10:18 19 Dec 2003

alcudia,i had probs so im formating and starting over found Trojan downloader swizzer.c this morning healed it but im gonna format when i get courage,lol.

  Gongoozler 10:55 19 Dec 2003

Maxtor, Western Digital or Seagate 120G hard drives are all about £68 click here.

You can get an Epson printer for about £50 click here, and if you get compatible (not Epson original) ink cartridges from Choice Stationery, the printer will be very cheap to run click here

  kspatto 00:06 21 Dec 2003

thanks all looks like I will be able to buy both if I stretch my budget
merry christmas and a happy wotsit to all

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