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Driver for Conner CFS1275A by [email protected]
On Wednesday, 28 June 1995 08:00:00 UTC+1, Eric Nai Wan Lin wrote: Can somebody e-mail me the driver (there is one right?) that will let me get the 1.2 gigs out of my CFS1275A drive? I bought it at a computer show (245 bucks) and forgot to ask about the driver. uue or binary ...
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April 27th 15 11:47 PM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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laptop & cmos battery by Linea Recta[_2_]
Any people here have experience replacing the cmos battery of a laptop themselves? I might have to try that in the near future. I suppose it is a day's work... or more? --
April 27th 15 06:54 AM
by Arno[_3_] Go to last post
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Conner CFS1275A problems by conner
hi does anyone still have a conner cfs1275a hard drive please On Monday, 17 July 1995 08:00:00 UTC+1, wrote: Hi there, Just bought the other day a Conner HD model CFS1275A with 1.259 MBytes capacity. I connected it to my 486DX2 system and tried within it's ...
April 23rd 15 08:07 PM
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Fastest E-IDE HardDisk by [email protected]
Hi All Does anyone have a spare Conner CFS1275A hard drive please I know its old but I need one to use for parts to recovery data from mine The data has lots of memories Thanks in advance On Monday, 29 January 1996 08:00:00 UTC, Thomas Riwar wrote:
April 21st 15 07:42 PM
by conner Go to last post
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Which IDE drive: Conner, Seagate, Maxtor, or Quantum? by [email protected]
On Monday, 17 July 1995 08:00:00 UTC+1, wrote: I have a VLB EIDE controller in a 486DX2/66 and I'm looking for a second hard drive for MS-Windows. Would I have shortcomings with any of these? Conner Filepro Advantage CFS1275 EIDE, 1275MB, 14ms, 64K cache, ???? RPM,...
April 14th 15 06:58 PM
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Can't Read all of My new Hard disk by [email protected]
On Monday, 11 March 1996 08:00:00 UTC, Jaspreet Singh wrote: 486DX2/66 8 Meg RAM Vision Enhanced IDE VL adaptor (driver name QD6580.SYS) Hard Drives on primary port of controller Drive 0: 340 Maxtor Drive 1: 1.219 Gb Conner (CFS1275A I think) CD Drive on secondary port of...
April 14th 15 06:57 PM
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Problem with a CFS1275A by [email protected]
On Friday, 23 February 1996 08:00:00 UTC, Jon McWhorter wrote: Can anyone help.... I am running into significant problems with a CFS1275A running as a secondary drive in a PB60-586, AMIBIOS 1.00.09.BC0R, under WIN95. The following symptoms are present under EZ-Drive OR using LBA...
April 14th 15 06:54 PM
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"The SSD Endurance Experiment: They're all dead" by Lynn McGuire[_2_]
"The SSD Endurance Experiment: They're all dead" http://techreport.com/review/27909/the-ssd-endurance-experiment-theyre-all-dead Why did Intel brick the 335? Lynn
April 2nd 15 09:18 PM
by Jerry Peters Go to last post
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10TB Hard Drive, can't even be accessed by modern OS's yet! by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Sadly This 10TB Hard Drive Is Designed For Servers, Not Your Laptop http://gizmodo.com/sadly-this-10tb-hard-drive-is-designed-for-servers-not-1691245306 Hitachi Global Storage Technologies—aka HGST, aka a subsidiary of Western Digital—was recently showing off its gigantic new 10TB hard drive...
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March 18th 15 03:44 AM
by Paul Go to last post
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throughput of southbridge with many disk? by [email protected]
I had an Asus mainboard that had 8 SATA ports and 3 IDE ports. I presume you could not run them all at once. It got me thinking about I/O bottlenecks. Intel ditched the ICH chipsets, supposedly because the CPU-southbridge traffic got stifled (although I remember i7 Nehalems were still...
March 6th 15 11:02 AM
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nerve-racking experience by Linea Recta[_2_]
Because of some persistent problem* on my notebook, I was going to restore a Macrium image, or so I thougt. After inserting the boot disk I heard all sorts of noises, spinning up and spinning down, but no way, the drive wasn't going to read the CD. Not a real problem I thought. I'll boot up and...
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February 26th 15 10:44 PM
by Gene Wirchenko[_2_] Go to last post
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NSA hid spying software in hard drive firmware, report says by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/nsa-hid-spying-software-in-hard-drive-firmware-report-says-1.2959252 The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers, giving the agency...
February 23rd 15 07:47 PM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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Backblaze dumps hard drive data by Neill Massello[_3_]
Enjoy. https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-data-feb2015/ (H/T Josh Centers at TidBITS.)
February 20th 15 06:45 PM
by Gone Fishin' Go to last post
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Hard disk reliability examined once mo HGST rules, Seagateis alarming by Ant[_3_]
http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2015/01/hard-disk-reliability-examined-once-more-hgst-rules-seagate-is-alarming/ :( -- "Even the ant has his (her) bite." --Turkish /\___/\ Ant(Dude) @ http://antfarm.ma.cx (Personal Web Site) / /\ /\ \ Ant's Quality...
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February 13th 15 12:02 AM
by cjt Go to last post
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How to copy medical CD to harddrive by micky
I am very confused. I want to ASAP and before I consult with the surgeon send my brother, an MD radiologist, a copy of the nuclear scan I had last week. It's on a CD. My brother is not too handy with computers. He has Win8. I have winXP-SP3.
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January 13th 15 11:58 PM
by DevilsPGD[_5_] Go to last post
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How to force copy retries until finally copied all due to adying old HDD in Linux? by Ant[_3_]
Hi! I have a very old PATA HDD that is dying due to SMART errors and I am trying to copy my data to another working drive, but it has problems reading some data. Here is an example: $ cp -R * ~/DebianPATAhddBackups/ cp: cannot stat `Files/AntsImages': Input/output error cp: reading `Mac OS...
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January 6th 15 02:58 AM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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A dying very old HDD confirmed? by Ant[_3_]
Hello all. I just got this e-mails and checked the logs this morning on my Linux/Debian machine: Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2014 07:25:40 -0700 From: root [email protected] To: [email protected] Subject: SMART error (CurrentPendingSector) detected on host: MyLinuxBox
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January 5th 15 12:21 AM
by Ant[_3_] Go to last post
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Seagate warranty replacements: not necessarily the same model by Percival P. Cassidy
A couple of years ago I returned a failed ST32000641AS under warranty and received in its place an ST2000DM001 (similar specs); the latter model normally has only a 2-year warranty, but the replacement they sent has the remainder of the original drive's 5-year warranty. Now I have just returned...
January 3rd 15 05:44 AM
by Percival P. Cassidy Go to last post
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Seagate offers low-cost 8TB hard drives by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Seagate offers low-cost 8TB hard drives | ZDNet http://www.zdnet.com/article/seagate-offers-low-cost-8tb-hard-drives/ "Sold by Seagate under the "Archive Label" brand and aimed at those looking for a cost-effective storage solution, the drive retails for around $270, which is far more palatable...
January 2nd 15 06:12 AM
by Yousuf Khan[_2_] Go to last post
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Ultrastar 2.5 incher 1.8 TB by [email protected]
450 GB platters at 620 Gb per sq in. Suggests it is not using shingles, helium or other new-fangled stuff. So why can't Seagate make more GB in 2.5 inch?
December 23rd 14 07:32 PM
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