- Apr 27, 2005
Whats the largest HD you can put in a Mac Mini i've heard people putting up to 200gb just not sure if its true and is it easy to do?
I've seen a 120GB drive, haven't seen any shops with it yet though.colosodian said:the largest capacity 2.5" drive ive run into is 100GB.
For 5400rpm speeeds, Seagate makes one, Hitatchi makes one, Toshiba makes one.
I had problems with a USB2 drive not working with my PowerBook, though that was probably a power issue because the device is bus powered. When I bought a new enclosure that had a FireWire connector the drive worked just fine.entropyjosh said:well i purchased a 160gb usb2.0 (purchased it actually on mistake thought it was usb2.0/firewire) hd and im having trouble with my old g4 recognize it, ive tried disk utilty and still having trouble mounting it.. See what im trying to do i backup all my itunes off my old g4 500 onto the external so i can use it with my Mac Mini, got a steal on a stock one with 512 thrown in it.. What would you suggest get rid of the external that i bought on mistake and get a firewire one lacie or seagate, get a mini mate, or actually upgrade the internal?