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Windows 7: Seagate 2TB problem:inaccessible,ask for initialize,incorrect capacity

13 Jul 2016   #11
Eric3742

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Try to go for WD Black as 1st choice, WD Blue as 2nd choice.
Samsung are also better now in HDD.
Seagate is dropping in quality.

Don't go for Toshiba, as it may not be done by Toshiba manufacturer.
That is i had some failed Toshiba HDD(s).
As my brother Toshiba laptop failed, i went to Toshiba Service center.
Upon asking about Toshiba external /internal HDD(s) the Service staff said they don't just sell HDD.
Most of their Toshiba HDD are for OEM, such as Toshiba laptop.

As for HDD size, if it is for backup, do consider 5" desktop type, as more reliable than 3.5"
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