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Pat, I'd like to solve the puzzle... fat fige fid ad eplace


Either that or a new form of lossy compression.
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I don't know what happened to the OP cut and paste, but here is the description from the website.

Designed for growing your digital library, the gold 4TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 External Hard Drive from Seagate is formatted as exFAT and compatible with Windows and Mac right out of the box. It connects to systems running Windows 7 and higher or macOS 10.11 and higher using its micro-USB port and an included 18" micro-USB to USB Type-A cable that supports USB 3.0, which is also known as USB 3.1 Gen 1, as well as USB 2.0. It is bus powered so no additional power supplies are required and also features plug-and-play functionality, meaning that no additional drives are required for use.

Also included with Backup Plus is downloadable Toolkit Backup Software, which lets you backup on demand, schedule automatic backups as you desire, and mirror folders for file management. Take advantage of a 1-year subscription to Mylio Create to organize your photos and protect, edit, share, and sync them across multiple devices and use a 2-month subscription to Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography Plan to edit and create using Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC.
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any idea if this is shuckable?
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any idea if this is shuckable?
With enough determination anything is shuckable.
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With enough determination anything is shuckable.
I should clarify lol does the drive inside have a normal SATA connection, or is the USB port soldered on
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I should clarify lol does the drive inside have a normal SATA connection, or is the USB port soldered on
Pretty sure all the Seagate backup plus hdd are not soldered
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any idea if this is shuckable?
yuppersnod


I've got two of these in an Deskmini A300 running in Raid 0.
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5TB at Costco for $100 Free Ship
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With free data recovery. Been eyeing that or $85 at Staples 5TB with $25 off $100+ spent.

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With free data recovery. Been eyeing that or $85 at Staples 5TB with $25 off $100+ spent.

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Where do you see the Staples 5tb for $85 ($110 before coupon)?

edit:. ah found it https://www.staples.com/seagate-5...t_24383777

coupon is 58739 (25 off 100)
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