flip-mode wrote:Wow. Wow. Very, very, very tempting. I don't /need/ one /immediately/ but I will /eventually/ so why procrastinate?
just brew it! wrote:flip-mode wrote:Wow. Wow. Very, very, very tempting. I don't /need/ one /immediately/ but I will /eventually/ so why procrastinate?
Because price/GB continues to drop, and by the time you actually need it maybe you'll be able to get a 2 TB drive for the same price?
Flying Fox wrote:Beware the EARS drive is in Advanced Format so WHS use is no-no until the next version with Windows 7 technologies.
WHS was developed between 2K3 and Vista, so it looks like a bit of both. The underpinnings is still 2K3 though. The next major version will be based off 2K8 R2 aka Win7 server.Airmantharp wrote:I find that the current WHS is based on Server 2k3, and therefore is in the XP basket of limitations. XP users have the same issue of course. I was just reading this thread thinking that WHS had to be based off Vista for some reason.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Jumper pins 7-8 on the back of the drive or use the WD Align tool.
http://www.westerndigital.com/en/produc ... cedformat/
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