- Thanks, I was just reading over the Mac Twiggy listing on ebay when I Iost track of the time and it disappeared? Did anyone see what happened to it?Message 1 of 54 , Jun 1, 2012View SourceThanks,
I was just reading over the Mac Twiggy listing on ebay when I Iost track of the time and it disappeared?
Did anyone see what happened to it?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Dave McGuire <Mcguire@...> wrote:
> On 06/01/2012 09:18 PM, dmmmmcom wrote:
> > 1.0TB HGST Ultrastar A7K2000 7200RPM SATA Enterprise Class HD with
> > 32MB Cache. Energy Efficient, Enterprise Reliability 3.5" Serial ATA
> > 3Gb/1.5Gb Hard Drive with 5yr HGST Factory Warranty. (0A39289) Just
> > $119, but it does not specify that it will work with my emac
> This sounds to me like an "internal" drive, meaning a drive without a
> chassis. (due to cluelessness, the industry makes the distinction
> between "internal" and "external" drives, which is nuts because ALL
> drives are "internal"...some of them, however, get put into chassis!)
> Anyway, I thought you were looking for what is generally referred to
> as an "external" drive...
> > FireWire 800/400, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, eSATA interfaces Mac and PC
> > compatible - $99
> ...like this one. What's the capacity of this one?
> I'm unfamiliar with the eMac hardware; I kinda doubt it has FireWire,
> but it's sure to have USB at least. It certainly doesn't have eSATA.
> Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
> New Kensington, PA
- ... Have done! Also, I use a Shugart 800 out of an old Tektronix terminal with my Ohio Scientific Challenger III -- it came with a hardware write protectMessage 54 of 54 , Dec 14, 2012View Source
> I'm curious, how many of you installed a switch to override the need to put a black tab on the write protect notch?Have done! Also, I use a Shugart 800 out of an old Tektronix terminal with my Ohio Scientific Challenger III -- it came with a hardware write protect switch wired onto the standard Shugart drive board.