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Old hard drive

By Ligito
Dec 26, 2006
  1. I have a NIB Seagate ST-251 40 MB hard drive, if anyone want one for an old XT.

    I originally bought one from Hard Drives Int'l and when it made noise, I asked if they would let me pay the extra to upgrade to an 80 MG drive.

    They wouldn't but they sent me another new 40 MB that I didn't want and I then bought an 80 MB drive.

    That left me with a new 40 MB that I never used.
     
  2. Teaser261

    Teaser261 TS Rookie Posts: 121

    Do you mean 40GB and not 40MB, and what do you want for it($$)? Also, why don't you use it as a slave in your machine, I would. You already own it and it's easy to do.
     
  3. Samstoned

    Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018

    I've got 2 conairs like that lying around 50 pin scsi what are they good for??
    removed from telephone system controllers
    reeeel old computers with tape drives
     
  4. Tedster

    Tedster Techspot old timer..... Posts: 6,000   +15

    use it as an external transfer drive.
    Also I don't think selling/buying is allowed here - we have run across this before.
     
  5. Samstoned

    Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018

    did'nt say they where selling ,guess though they are trying to
    gotta put it in deals area
     
  6. Ligito

    Ligito TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I meant 40MB. This is for an old IBM XT.

    It's capacity is smaller than a Zip disk.

    If someone was restoring an old computer it would work well.

    On my old XT, I had 2 hard drives and 3 floppy drives.
    I had a separate partition for each type of data files--Graphics--database--word processor etc.
     
  7. Teaser261

    Teaser261 TS Rookie Posts: 121

    Sorry I didn't understand, Litigo. Not familiar with anything pre-pentiumII.
    Sorry Tedster , now I know.:D
     
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