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Hard Drive Size

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  1. 1. Hard Drive Size

    • 0 - 5 Gb
      1
    • 6 - 10 Gb
      1
    • 11 - 15 Gb
      1
    • 16 - 20 Gb
      4
    • 21 - 25 Gb
      1
    • 26 - 30 Gb
      4
    • 31 Gb - 35 Gb
      1
    • 36 Gb - 40 Gb
      8
    • 41 Gb, or more (please state)
      6
    • More than 1 HDD (please state how many)
      11

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How big is your Hard Drive?

1) 17 Gb HDD Primary HDD (16.1 Gb to Windows, and 900 Mb to BeOS)

2) 518 Mb Slave (not used anymore, very slow)

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34.5 GB. 1 * 30 GIG Ata/100 for media, applications, games. 1* 4.5 GB SCSI Barracudda for my windows installation.

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One computer has a 17gig, the other has a 2.5gig and a 3.0gig hard drive and mine has a 15gig ATA100, 7200RPM, Maxtor.

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1 40 gb 5400 rpm Maxtor ata/100

1 40 gb 5400 rpm western digital ata/100

both divided into about 4 9.3 gb partitions

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Primary - 30gig 7200rpm Maxtor

Seconday - 20 gig 7200rpm Quantum

Partitions:

C: 7.15gb - Windows XP Pro

D: 21.4gb - Programs, downloads, etc...

E: 19.0gb - Media

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Mine is a similar size to yours KM, 17.5GB.

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I have a 40gb HDD and 20GB HDD

The former Partitioned

25gb........WinME (yuck but some games need it)

15gb........WinXP (love it)

The later Partitioned

15GB .......Games

5GB..........Apps

And I still run short of space *sigh*

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60GB IBM UDMA100

60GB IBM UDMA100

10GB IBM UDMA66

And still want/need more :D

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LOL, comparing the size of our puters manhood huh????

Poor me.... I have one 2 Gig drive with Windows 2000 and Office XP, plus a few smaller Apps on it and a 4.3 Gig running XP and current favorite game or too. Most of my other stuff is on CD so I am not too worried about the size although I would like to do an upgrade sometime, but my system works so it isn't a priority.... Besides the wife always wants some thing if I upgrade, last thing was a dining room suite, groan......

I may be running small drives but at least they have a dynamite package...

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I feel sorry for guys like you wazat, my brother has one 6GB HD and it isn't enough for him - ATM, he is using 10.6GB on my HD :devious:

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1'st Primary Drive -- OS (WinXP) = 4.3 gig Western Digital

Secondary Drive -- Games = 40 gig Maxtor 7200 ata100

2'nd Primary Drive -- FTP = 40 gig Quantum 7200 ata100

On order = 2 x 75 gig IBM Deskstar to throw into Raid0 for file backup's :)

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Two harddisks. 10gig and 60gig.

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20 -Win

20 -Linux

that adds up to be 40gb

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Anyone know where I can buy some cheap Hard Dives? Oh, and how do I find out what type my computer will accept?

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willywonka69: I'm not saying your wrong, but how can you tell?

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I got 3 of them

2 45GB Maxtor ultra ata/dma

1 18GB Maxtor ultra ata/dma

====================:evil:

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whoa.. looks lke everyone here is stacked! I only have

1 40GB ATA-100 7200RPM

1 20GB ATA-100 7200RPM

both from Maxtor... :)

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1 - Maxtor 20gig ATA/100 7200rpm (C:) - System and Apps

1- Maxtor 30gig ATA/100 5400rpm (D:) - Pictures, Games, Music, & etc.

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Western Digital 20GB 7200RPM ATA66

IBM 75GB 7200RPM ATA100

Both have around 10gb free, lol

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A question for oblique or anyone else who has an IBM HD:

Do IBM make the the best 7200RPM HD's?

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I think so, I have the 75GB 75GXP Model and it has the lowest seek time of any IDE drive ive seen, 8.5 ms. The new 60GXPs that are out use 20GB platters so they are alittle better then the 75GXP which uses 15GB platters. Also the Western Digital WD1000BB? or something like thats a really nice 7200 rpm drive, 100GB too. See www.storagereview.com for good info :)

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I have 3 drives ...

Primary Master .. 60gig

Primary Slave .... 40gig

SCSI ............... 20gig

As always its never enough :disappoin

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BeLGaRaTH, I feel your pain:disappoin :sleeping:

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kintamanate ... I suppose I'll just have to live with it :cheeky:

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