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Old 12-05-2007, 03:01 PM   #1
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Default Finally got my new hdd

Yes folks I had a thread a while back asking for some ideas and this is what I got, SAMSUNG SP161EN 160G, its nothing flash but I'm very happy with it, im using my old excelsor 40g as extra storage at the moment but I'm tempted to put UBUNTU on it and set up a dual boot, what do you guys think?.
Ive never used Ubuntu or any linux OS before so it would be a trial run.
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Default Re: Finally got my new hdd

its always worth a look at i mean i had ubuntu for obut 6 months and used it twice lol i didnt have a use for it but its nice to have a very small background knoledge of it and u get a small amount of experience using it
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