Sophisticated performance enhancing features deliver the speed you need for demanding applications like photo and video editing and Internet gaming. High performance, high capacity, high reliability, and cutting-edge technology make up WD Black, the ideal drive for those who demand only the best.
|Type||Hard drive - internal|
|Data Transfer Rate||600 MBps|
|Buffer Size||16 MB|
|Spindle Speed||7200 rpm|
|Features||NoTouch ramp load technology, dual processor, Advanced Format technology , S.M.A.R.T.|
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This review is not of the hard drive because i NEVER received it! I ordered this item over 2 weeks ago and paid for 2 day shipping. Part of my order (RAM) shipped. When I contacted customer service I got every excuse in the book from, "not in stock" to "the item is coming from a different warehouse" to "this item is discontinued". I am very dissatisfied overall of how crucial handled my order and I will be demanding a refund from the money they promptly took as soon as I placed my order. Maybe I should have said my credit card was discontinued or coming from another location to see how they like that. I will never again shop from crucial.com and will be discouraging all of my associates from shopping here as well.
My mid 2007 24" iMac recently died.
I was wondering what options I have with regards to what hard drive/or SSD I should get?
Any help appreciated.
I apologise in advance, as I am not tech savvy, so my terminology might appear a bit agricultural. I plan to upgrade my Mac Pro to the latest OS available. I am currently running the most recent it will take (Snow Leopard 10.6.8) I understand installing more memory is straight forward enough but, what about upgrading the Hardrive? Is there any great advantage in replacing my existing HD with an SSD. I understand that this process is a bit more involved and requires tools and additional 'bits' to make the new SSD compatible with my Mac. I don't want to get all technical and have the fastest 'this' and the biggest 'that', I would just like to update my machiine and future proof it a bit. Any advice would be appreciated
I am sorry for the issues that you have experienced with your drive. At this point I would recommend contacting us directly so that we can help you with any trouble shooting and any questions you may have. Our contact information is in my signature. I am sorry for the inconvenience.
I bought 2 x MX100 256GB SSD drives.
Both when plugged in fail the SMART 180 attribute on starting the computer.
I have tried them both in 2 different PC's (HP XW4300 and HP Z200), and the error is the same on both computers and on both drives.
I have tried emailing for support with no luck..
Has anyone seen this type of failure before, and do I need to get the drives replaced?
Any assistance or thoughts appreciated.
I had Samsung drives previously and never had any issues at all.
I too am considering this upgrade to SSD. This may seem trivial but try control panel, programs and features, windows features and untick internet explorer then reboot. Upon reboot go and retick the box to reinstall that feature. This has worked for me in the past when ie stopped functioning. Good Luck. Please let us know the results.