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Great deal thanks.
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Bought one of these a couple of years ago off here. I use it daily to swap drives in and out depending on what I need.
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Bought one of these a couple of years ago off here. I use it daily to swap drives in and out depending on what I need.
Just curious -- How do you store your drives when not in use without them getting ruined by static/shock/etc?
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Just curious -- How do you store your drives when not in use without them getting ruined by static/shock/etc?
You'd have to keep the antistatic wrap it came with.
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In for 1! Repped. Thanks again!
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Just curious -- How do you store your drives when not in use without them getting ruined by static/shock/etc?
I keep the ESD bags the drives come in and some that I've accumulated over the years. If you need some static bags you could probably just ask a local PC shop if you can have some. When I worked at a shop we had a box of hundreds that we gave away if people asked.
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