I have the WD drive and I love it. No problems, and it's fastOriginally posted by shadowfax0
Oh yeah, sorry, I already have 2 ATA drives, that's why this is a bit difficult. I was looking at it and there is another power cable floating around so I can use that, and I was just thinking of getting a really long ATA strip cord and just having the new drive sit next to my two current drives. Think that will work? If all else fails, I'll just replace my 30 GB HD. Also, can I get a 120 GB SCSI drive, or will that cost $1000? Right now I'm looking at the Western Digital Caviar 120 GB, 7200 RPM, w/8Mb cache. it's about $280, which is the end of my price range. Thanks for the help.
Hmmm, a g3400 you say... funny I don't recall seeing motorola or IBM producing a G3400 processor yet, G3 and G4 yes, but not G3400...Originally posted by Mephisto
This is my first post. I finally found something that I know about
I have, currently, 3 ATA HDs in my B/W g3400. 40,60,80 and an external 160giger (ata/133 160gig inside a firewire case) . I just bought another internal 120gig, and now I'm waiting for my Ata166 card to come, so that I can put my 160 and 12 inside my computer and get another 120 for my firewire case.
To put 3 Ata hard drives into my computer, I removed the zip drive that came with my computer. And just replaced the factory HD and added one more. I want to take out my cdrom drive and put a HD in there too, but I'v grown lazy in my years : /
40+60+80+160+120=Lotsa Space For ME
I would expect those kind of mistakes from someone using a peecee, but not a Mac. Especially since you made it sound like you know what you are doing.Originally posted by Mephisto
Ok, with my first post, I was a bit lax on my specs.
G3 400 B/W
ATA/133 (not 166)
Enjoy a good chuckle at my mistakes