Re: [LinkStation_General] Re: Replacing the original hard disk on the Linkstation
- 1) So you opened up the linkstation.
2) inserted it into the pc.
3) Did a disk (original linkstation) to disk (backup
1.7 seagate) copy
4) Then the 1.7gb seagate to a much larger disk than
--- thomascarlitz <carlitz@...> wrote:
> i used Norton Ghost to make an Harddisk Image Copy
> of the originial
> Linkstation harddisk (120GB).
> I used than an old Seagate 1.7GB Harddisk and this
> Worked perfect.
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com,
> "duncankh" <duncan888@h...
> > wrote:
> > I have tried to search through the post, but i
> cant find exact steps
> > on replacing the hard disk.
> > I am very new to all of this and don't want to
> render my Linkstation
> > useless. Would it be possible for some one to
> give a brief guide on
> > how to upgrade the hard disk. (creating the
> partitions etc, not
> > taking the box apart) Would be much appriciated.
> > Thanks
> > --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com,
> > <philippe.deysine@l...> wrote:
> > >
> > > According to hdparm -i the internal drive for my
> 250GB LS is a
> > > WD2500BB-55GUA0.
> > > The related Western Digital documentation states
> 7200 rpm and 2Mo
> > > cache.
> > > The max ATA interface speed is 100MB/s (UDMA
> mode 5)(and is the
> > mode
> > > run by the LS).
> > >
> > > Previous posts addressed the LS dissassembling
> and HD replacement.
> > >
> > > Regards.
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