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.
Airmantharp wrote: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.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/