Computer Illiterate People who think they know things v9: Windows is a Strawberry
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My school has a bunch of these, [media]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/62/IBook_G4.jpg[/media]
And the teacher spazzed out when she saw that someone left the door to the classroom with all of them in it ( about 30 ) open while there was an assembly, because apparently they're worth $3000 each.
I'm running on a 160 gig WD Velociraptor (The 2.5" version :v:). Got a 1TB as storage, and a 200 gig for XP.
I need more storage space. I've got a 250GB internal, with another 250GB external (which is a Keter-class pain-in-the-ass to get connected). Between the two, I think I have 10GB or so left. Although I could probably clear a decent amount of space out - The Last Remnant and Bad Company 2 take up a decent chunk of space, and I haven't played either in some time.
I have a 1 TB internal and a 1 TB external HD. Both WD drives...
Neither of them are even half way filled. I just use the external to back up my irreplaceable shit.
[editline]10th February 2011[/editline]
As you can tell, I don't really store much.
rumours say my laptop's HDD was once 320gb, but I've never seen more than 297 allocated even after a full reformat and running Mint from a flash drive.
also have a 320gb external and 2 500gb externals, all of which are full.
I have 2 separate 1TB drives (Samsung and WD) and another 640gb WD for arch.
[QUOTE=LordCrypto;27978999]Holy crap, are you guys archiving sites full of porn?[/QUOTE]
The site of my ISP tends to show nice 500 errors when you need it, so I mirrored the entire thing locally. Insert several VM's a lot of OS install cd's in ISO form.
Oh yeah I like to make photographs to.
Planning to use most of the new 2 TB disk for backups.
ITT: Post your HDD Space!
[QUOTE=Derpmeifter;27979366]rumours say my laptop's HDD was once 320gb, but I've never seen more than 297 allocated even after a full reformat and running Mint from a flash drive.
also have a 320gb external and 2 500gb externals, all of which are full.[/QUOTE]
It's the wonders of Hard drive maker labelling.
[QUOTE=Killerelf12;27979475]ITT: Post your HDD Space![/QUOTE]
For the record, C:\ and D:\ are physically the same drive, I just partitioned off a chunk of it for the OS to save time when Windows reinstall time rolls around.
The 1.5Tb one has been giving a SMART Status BAD error for a year or so, bought it a year and a month ago.
I feel my e-peen grow.
[QUOTE=Baldr;27979782]I feel my e-peen grow.[/QUOTE]
Thank god it's only your e-peen.
[QUOTE=koekje4life V2;27979822]Thank god it's only your e-peen.[/QUOTE]
Because I can.
[QUOTE=ace13;27979933]Because I can.
Is Ravenholm your furry porn collection?
I don't need any more than that. Even if I did, I have a 1TB drive sitting on my desk, unformatted.
I also have a few ext2 and ext4 and a swap partition on my main 250GB drive.
for whatever reason I had dropbox blocked :doh:
[QUOTE=Rocket;27980010]Is Ravenholm your furry porn collection?[/QUOTE]
Not quite, Ravenholm is my secondary storage drive. The drive itself generates huge amounts of sound and vibrations when it's in use.
We don't go there anymore.
[QUOTE=ace13;27979933]Because I can.
I bet you named them right before you took the screenshot.
We don't go there anymore.[/QUOTE]
Dammit that was the joke I was going to make if you said yes.
Damn you and your multiple Drives
See, I told you I don't store much.
(OBVIOUS PREBUILT BOOOOOOOO)
I used to have an old shit 80gig main drive, my current C: used to be my D:. I miss storing things on the D: drive, there was just something special about it. :allears:
Had to make images.
Alpha is my SSD, Beta for games, Gamma for other crap, Delta for recorded TV, Epsilon is my old Win7 install and Zeta is my old XP install.
Alpha is my SSD, Beta for games, Gamma for other crap, Delta for recorded TV, Epsilon is my old Win7 install and Zeta is my old XP install.[/QUOTE]
Don't watch much TV?
No space erry day.
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