Western Digital’s MyPassport 1TB hard drive could be the answer you’re looking for. Not only does it offer a ton of storage, but comes in a small form factor and is equipped with USB 3.0 technology.
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I’ll say it like it is, The Cooler Master Elite 310 is not the case you’re going to be selecting for your next powerful gaming rig. However, it still a solid case that would be suitable for a budget build or if you’re going for something less flashy. The one we received was the model [...]
This year, give your loved one a little space. Storage space, that is. Christmas is just around the corner, and there’s no better gift for that nerd in your family than external storage for all those downloaded episodes of Heroes that are cluttering up precious hard drive space. Verbatim has once again outdone themselves on [...]
When your CD or DVD (disc) drive starts giving you problems, your first thought may be to replace it or take it to the repair shop, but a good cleaning may be all it needs. Below are three methods to clean the disc drive. The easiest method is the least effective. The hardest method is [...]
I have a desktop PC running Vista Ultimate, and I want it running at its full potential. I have several hard drives, and notice that they do a “hard click” after a while, turning themselves off. I hate it when hard drives do that… I’ve had too many hard drive crashes that this noise makes me [...]
How would you support a greener world? As a geek, we have the ability to do the most. We come up with the technology. We come up with the ideas. And we know how to efficiently recycle our used hardware and electronics. So when you upgrade the hard drive on your laptop, the best thing [...]
When you hop into a brand new GMC, you know you are getting all the power of a gas guzzling, four wheel drive behemoth that has sustained rednecks in their quest to get to their sister’s trailer for the last few decades. Oh… this isn’t that kind of GMC. Okay, I’ll start over. Sorry rednecks. If there’s one [...]
We showed you in a previous tip how to increase performance with USB drives in Vista by enabling write caching. By default this option isn’t turned on because of the “removable” nature of these devices, so you could lose data if you pull out too quickly (the drive that is… ). Internal SATA hard drives are alot more [...]
“Pathetic earthlings. Hurling your bodies out into the void, without the slightest inkling of who or what is out here. If you had known anything about the true nature of the universe, anything at all, you would’ve hidden from it in terror.” – The Emperor Ming (Flash Gordon, 1936, Universal Studios) Knowledge and imagination are [...]
Sometimes you need to check the health of your hard drives by running a diagnostic on them, but you cannot fix any problems because “the system cannot get exclusive access to the drive”. This problem occurs more frequently on the drive in which Windows is installed. So, you schedule CHKDSK to run before boot (or [...]
Everything is going as I have forseen… well, almost. 1 terabyte drives are almost a reality! My original prediction was that the unholiest of relics, the 1 TB drive, would be unveiled on June 6, 2006 (6-6-06) and spawn the end of the world. Nazis will ride on dinosaurs and bring a new world order, [...]
With hard drives getting faster and faster, the heat is increasing. If you have ever run your computer and then touched your hard drive it can be very hot. Whenever computer components are exposed to heat they break down faster. This hard drive cooler is one solution; it’s called the Cool Drive 4002 and is [...]