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Old 08-07-2005, 11:45 AM
uelef uelef is offline
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Dave, thanks for your explanations. Does SuperDuper! not use psync?

I today made my announced backup session - and now my Tiger boot disk is back on the Seagate drive. And really the startup time now is much shorter. It really had to do with the Western Digital harddisk. Strange! All hardware tests say it is ok but it's slowing down my login time.
Could there be something wrong with the jumpers? I guess I cannot exchange the drive on warranty because there's not really something wrong. But on the other side I do not want to use a HD that causes these problems...

You wrote about the Maxtor Max Line III. No doubt, they are fast, but are they also quiet? I don't want the HD to be the loudest component in my G5... I hate these loud r/w noises of HDs (I own a LaCie FW drive that is that noisy - for someone who's making music with his G5, noisy HDs are not acceptable!).


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