i got 3 160 gigs in a RAID or 320G :P
and the following in my computer:
160g, 120g, 80g, 30g, 15g, 12g :P
and others i have just clolecting dust
7g, 3.4g, 2.1g, 1g, .5g .2g :P
thats 15 8) and thats not counting the obsolite one is have from other older machines. i got one it holds a waping 5 MEG! lol
i'm also going to make a hdd mp3 player for my helga
and to top it off i got a external WD 400g :jawdrop:
that i use for my 110g multimedia colecton including 70g of music vidieos, tv ads, and complte colectons of southpark, famaly guy, rockos modern life, and ren & stimpy not to menton the 25 some full legnth movies i have. music inludes 40g of all kinds of ****. uname it i proably got it :P
Uh oh... all Ipods use Toshiba laptop hard drives. :O
I've seen the MTBF times on those iPod toshibas and I must say they advertise a number that is impressive. BUT, if I had one I'd make it a habit of this check to see if the drive was okay:
1. If the battery is not fully charged, plug it in as doing this takes battery power.
2. Press the Menu + Pause/Play buttons until the Apple logo comes up.
3. At the Apple logo, press the REW, FF, Menu and “Action” (the center) buttons.
A little "scanning disc" type icon will come on the screen. Just leave the iPod alone to run the utility.
At the end you will be presented with a Disk icon with a check mark or a sad iPod icon. If you get a sad iPod icon you need to send your iPod in for repair.
"You have to know the truth, and seek the truth, and the truth will set you free."
I'm waiting for the 1 Terabyte drive. Not that I need it, just because it's cool. Maybe if I put all of mine together...nope not even close. Actually my percentage of HDD space required vs. available has gone down over time...