Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive – WD1600BEVE

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Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE

Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive – WD1600BEVE

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  • WD Scorpio Blue drives offer high-performance, low power consumption, and cool operation, perfect for notebooks
  • WD’s exclusive WhisperDrive co MBines state-of-the-art seeking algorith ms to yield one of the quietest 2.5-inch hard drives on the market
  • WD’s ShockGuard technology protects the drive mechanics and platter surfaces from shocks

With capacities up to 320 GB, WD Scorpio Blue 2.5-inch PATA hard drives from Western Digital deliver lightning-fast and ultra-quiet performance hand-in-hand with low power consumption. In addition, they are designed with ruggedness, reliability, and data-protection features that actively watch over valuable data. These drives feature up to a 100 Mb/s PATA interface and 8 MB cache. WD Scorpio Blue hard drives are designed for portable digital devices of all kinds, including notebook computers, external storage, and digital media players.
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Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive – WD1600BEVE

Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE

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  1. 34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Upgrading Dell Inspiron 600m 60GB hard drive with WD3200BEVE, March 21, 2009
    By 
    E. T. Triebel
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    Upgraded my 60 GB Toshiba to the WD3200BEVE in my Dell Inspiron 600m and it is working great so far, just did it a few days ago! Much quieter drive and does not get as hot as the Toshiba drive. The 137 GB barrier was not an issue due to Windows XP SP1 (I have SP3) and WD Data Lifeguard Tools 11.2 for Windows. Windows had no problem seeing the whole 320 GB and Data Lifeguard Tools did the rest, I now have 250 GB of extra space to extend the life of my laptop. I also bought 2 sticks of the Crucial 1 GB PC2700 RAM so for less then $200.00 combined I got two great upgrades.

    Other Thoughts: Don’t forget the adapter on the end of your old hard drive, the (UDMA) adapter to plug from the hard drive EIDE connector into the motherboard. Hope this may help someone who does not know.

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  2. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Older PowerBook Mac Internal Drive 320gb, November 19, 2009
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    J. Holiday (California) –
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    This Western Digital PATA-IDE 320GB DRIVE works great in my Powerbook 1.67mhz, G4, Mac os10.4
    It was easy to install, runs quiet, fast, no issues. Thumbs UP.
    This was the largest drive I could find for my old Mac, Running OSX-10.4 that was PATA.

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  3. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
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    Scorpio for Toshiba MX35, May 8, 2009
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    JMark235 “Mark” (South Florida) –

    I installed the Scorpio Blue 120 GB IDE hard drive (HD) in my Toshiba MX35 laptop and am pleased with the results. Western Digital’s (WD) Lifeguard software that is used to make a clone of your existing HD did not work for me. It ran but I could not boot from the new cloned drive. If you can do a reinstall of your software on the new HD using your recovery CD you will probably be happier.

    Removing the old drive was very easy. Just remember to take the IDE connector (pops off) and face plate (2 screws) from the old HD and install on the new HD.

    If you do a reinstall, make sure that you have the installation CD’s and license keys where required to do the re-install and you will need a fast Internet connection to download all of the updates for your software.

    If your old HD still works, export/copy as many customization files as possible. For instance, bookmarks from your browser, address book and IAF export (defines your POP3 connections) from Outlook, etc. You will still need to manually setup a number of customizations (system time, wallpaper, etc.) which is tricky for non-expert PC users.

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