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What Hard Drive is This?

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srbyrd3

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Hello Fellow Friends 

 

 

Can anyone identify this type of hard drive? The name, make , model and maybe even the storage capacity? Need to replace it and my friend needs to know the details in order to re-order. Thank you in advance. 

 

 

We think it is this mode/device:

 

https://www.amazon.c...e/dp/B003IT70KI

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Post a better picture of the label on the drive that you can see upside down in the first picture.  I can see that it is a SATA desktop and it's probably a Seagate Constellation ES but they come in three sizes.

 

Don't get another Seagate.  They don't last.  Best is a Western Digital Black.  They cost a bit more but have a 3 year warranty and they last forever.  If you can't afford the extra cost for a black then get a blue or any other maker other than Seagate.


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Hello Fellow Friends 

 

 

Can anyone identify this type of hard drive? The name, make , model and maybe even the storage capacity? Need to replace it and my friend needs to know the details in order to re-order. Thank you in advance. 

 

 

We think it is this mode/device:

 

https://www.amazon.c...e/dp/B003IT70KI

 

 

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Thank you for the advance. The thing is that this hard drive was lost and has to be replaced with the same hard drive. So I have to get the same one so it will not be notice cause any problems. I will try to keep a better photo but I'm leading towards if we can not figure it out to just get the largest size which i think is 2TB. 


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I would think the 2TB would work then.  No one is going to complain if it's bigger.


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