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Windows bit the dust

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#27
Currently the only hard drive I have is 40 GB.
 
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#29
I'd personally say scrap that HD and buy a new one.. still the chance the hd shit itself or is unstable. And with it only being a 40GB its not a bad idea to upgrade anyway
 
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#30
I'd personally say scrap that HD and buy a new one.. still the chance the hd shit itself or is unstable. And with it only being a 40GB its not a bad idea to upgrade anyway
And an old HD , even on SATA is slow comparing at least with Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 .
I've seen the difference , only one disc on 500G version .