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    Lightbulb ehdd

    Thought you guys might like to see the external hdd that i made, check out project here

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    Nice one mate where did u get the tin to put it all in from? an old biscuit tin or summat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeps
    Nice one mate where did u get the tin to put it all in from? an old biscuit tin or summat
    I got it in a place called dekko (boucher road, belfast [www.dekko-online.com]), for £3.00. But you could use anything.

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    Nice, but a hardcore ehhd would be just a drive in a seashield, lol.
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    Nice tin. Where did you get the adapter?

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    looks nice - love to hear more about it.

    do a standalone raid array next
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    the adaptor is a usb-ide converter , which can be bought from maplin or ebuyer (there are probably other reatillers too).

    AS for a stand alone raid array i did see an external box that would hold up to 4 hd or cd drives on a cbit write-up and on some website here. So maybe that would be what you want???

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