On Friday 17 Jul 2009 09:24:04 John Austin wrote: > On Fri, 2009-07-17 at 01:08 -0700, Mick M. wrote: > > --- On Fri, 7/17/09, Tim <[email protected]> wrote: > > > From: Tim <[email protected]> > > > > > > > Just get a good HD, same as you'd want as an internal > > > > > > drive, and a > > > > > > > simple enclosure. > > > > > > It does appear to be one of those, I guess I'm hoping to > > > see someone say > > > they've used one and it has or hasn't presented any > > > problems. > > > > I use some Dynex external USB boxes. > > "DYNEX DX-HDEN10 USB EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE ENCLOSURE 3.5" > > > > They are cheap to buy, well made and reliable, lots of them on eBay. > > They are metal, and have an on/off switch. > > I always have one plugged in but turned off. > > > > I have used drives from 20G to 300G in them - never had a problem. > > Just set the drive to master. > > > > Mick M > > I have been using IcyBox products for several years > Just empty boxes with ext PS > USB/PATA_drive > USB/SATA/SATA_drive > > SATA/SATA_drive > eSATA/SATA_drive > > Then there is the choice between "screw in" and "slide in" versions!! > I have an IcyBox screw-in type, and am very happy with it. > http://www.raidsonic.de/ > One source in the UK > http://www.scan.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=icybox > > OT > My favourite is the internal trayless version > IcyBox Trayless IB-168SK-B SATA to SATA HDD, > That looks... er... interesting :-) OK, 3.5" to 5", but how do you use it? How is the connection made? Anne -- New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org Just found a cool new feature? Add it to UserBase
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