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What is your HardDisk's Brand?

What is your HardDisk's Brand?  

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  1. 1. What is your HardDisk's Brand?

    • Western Digital
    • Maxtor
    • Seagate
    • Hitachi
    • IBM
    • Samsung
    • Quantum
    • Other - Please specification in your post

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Western Digital for all my desktop drives. At the moment, my laptop has a Seagate hard drive.

2x WD6400AAKS

2x WD5000AACS


1x WD5000AAKS (connected via eSATA enclosure)

1x Seagate Momentus 7200.1 100GB

1x Seagate Momentus 5400.3 160GB (external drive)

Also... Moved to Poll center

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I currently have:

1x Western Digital WD800JB

1x Western Digital WD1600AAJS

1x Seagate ST340211

I also used to have:

2x Western Digital WD800JB

Except for that one anomalous Seagate, its all about Western Digital baby :thumbup

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2x Western Digital 320GB SATA II in main rig and dual PIII respectively, 1x Western Digital 200GB SATA I in mom's rig, 1x IBM TravelStar 30GB in laptop, 1x Seagate Barracuda II 13GB in Pentium-MMX 200 @ 292MHz (DOS gaming and bootdisk development rig).

Edited by Th3_uN1Qu3
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1x Seagate (120GB)


1x Western Digital (160GB)

1x Seagate (750GB)

1x Western Digital in aftermarket USB enclosure (120GB)


1x Western Digital (80GB)

2x Maxtor (30GB & 40GB)

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Maxtor SATAII on XP

STXXXX (don't remember) on W98SE

it doesn't hav tag :(

when Quantumn FireBall failed, it made me:

shutdown windows 98

lose about 5 of my favorite music videos

all of my music

my games

my docs

my configs (along with windows :P )

i was 11 years old, couldn't do much for my lost data

Isn't Maxtor an Quantumn division?

Edited by eXtremeDX
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