Quote:Originally Posted by Daekwan I wont know till this weekend. I need a friend with a truck to help me get it back to the store, neither of which would be available until Friday at the earliest.
I'm hoping it comes back into...
Quote:Originally Posted by Daekwan
In Costco in Crystal City, Va right now. And guess what I see.
Only question now is should I get one or two?
This morning, they had 3 at Crystal City, with none in Fairfax or Sterling.
Quote:Originally Posted by Caely
I went to the Panasonic website and found out the dimensions of the shipping box for this item, and it will easily fit into my Firebird with its back seat folded down. I'm taking lots of blankets &...
As the young people would say: " Haha lol."
I have the same problem right now . . . But the gap between the drywall and the cinderblocks is less than an inch so my 3.5 inch in-wall speakers will be sticking out by 2 inches or...
Originally Posted by ogormask
I have no idea where you learned about "corruption" but its pretty much impossible or improbable at best. You can defrag a regular hard drive to keep things healthy and a SSD can run trim.
Originally Posted by Mrkazador
Snapraid, software raid that can run on top of
Mac OS X
It can check files for corruption so they are bit perfect.
Thanks, this is very interesting. I have...
I've read 4 pages of this thread and could not find an answer to the following, probably due to my lack edumacation:
I have been running chkdsk on a somewhat old and abused HDD which stores my iTunes music and I am seeing errors at a...
Because of my setup, the PC is in a warm place. In the past, I've stupidly filled all the trays with HDDs in that PC and later saw poor diagnostic scoring on the health of the HDDs, probably due to the heat buildup inside the PC (older...
Ok, it seems that HDD can have corruption issues which would damage the precious music you have.
So I would think that an SSD would be a more "stable" solution to storing music, without worrying about data corruption.