Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 2 TB 3.5" Hard Drive

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Barracuda hard drives from Seagate give you the Power of One. One terabyte per disc technology. One drive platform for every capacity need and every desktop storage application. One hard drive qualification effort. One hard drive platform to choose from. One hard drive with trusted performance, reliability, and simplicity to deliver the lowest total cost of ownership.


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Product Title: Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 2 TB 3.5" Hard Drive

Manufacturer: Seagate

Lowest Price: $69.99 from NCIXUS.com

Power Score: 3.0 | 2 Reviews


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Lasted for a month, then got I/O error?

It's annoying when you've just put 121GB of games on there and have slow internet. Its probably faulty.

By hellyeahxavier@gmail.com_56247 - Jun 20, 2013

Fast

Strengths: State of the art workmanship for POWER

Weakness: current program with disk is not compatible with Windows 7 to format.

You can use other programs such as Acronis PC backup / copy to get around the problem of formatting, otherwise windows 7 will not recognize the disk. The current program will frustrate most users that are not tech savvy to look for options.Once the other program runs it quickly finds the new disk and the copy process is very fast.Seagate makes Billions in profit by running multiple Disk...
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By Atlantean - Nov 4, 2012

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