[rescue] Happiness is:
mrbill at mrbill.net
Tue Apr 1 13:14:51 CDT 2008
On Tue, Apr 01, 2008 at 04:00:35PM +0100, Michael-John Turner wrote:
> It did, surprisingly enough. More than can be said for the factory-shipped
> drive from my MacBook Pro, which failed after three months. It was in a
> USB->SATA enclosure (I swapped it for a bigger drive as soon as I got the
> machine), but it had been treated with kid gloves the whole time I'd had
> it. Damn annoying...
Was it a Seagate? There was a batch of bad Seagate drives that went out in
the first-revision Macbook and Macbook Pro systems - the drive in my
MacBook died in about the same time frame, and was replaced under warranty.
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