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Old 07. Sep 2013, 08:26 PM   #14 (permalink)
rhiannon
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At least they have a 2 year warranty, but if you can't get the data off of it a warranty doesn't do a whole lot of good.
I didn't know they weren't that sturdy either until mine died. I wouldn't have guessed - WD makes good hard drives. I have a 1TB WD Caviar Black that sits in a dock on my desk, I use it to store drive images and other data for backup. No problems with it at all.
All of that is backed up on an external hard drive. I like redundancy when it comes to my data.
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