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Hardware Thread, External storage 1TB+ in Technical; Lacie drives are very good. We have a 2TB one we use for various things at work. It was going ...
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    Re: External storage 1TB+

    Lacie drives are very good. We have a 2TB one we use for various things at work. It was going to form part of thebackup system, but that never got implemented.

    Only critisisms we have of the one we have is because it's based on an array of disks, it takes a long time to spinup and initialise (up to 2 minutes) and if you re-start the machine with the drive connetced it doesn't always work until you cycle the power on the drive.

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    Re: External storage 1TB+

    Last Lacie drive I had became a doorstop, useless piece of junk, maybe I just got 3 duds on the trot but it tarnished my view of them for life.



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