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Sony 24x DVD Internal SATA Drive @ Play £10.99

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
The AD-5260S burns DVD+R/-R discs at amazing 24X speed, delivering a full 4.7GB DVD in 4 minutes and below! Double/Dual layer discs are written at 12X max. Slot in Audio CD-Rs recorded by the AD-5260S, and enjoy the refined CD sound quality.

The drive features a SATA interface for easy installation into today's desktop PC cases.
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#1
Go well with the desktop deal on atm from scan
#2
just in time, my current drive is knackered, cheers
#3
Who added those silly tags ? It's not a usb drive, or flash drive !
#4
mikerr
Who added those silly tags ? It's not a usb drive, or flash drive !
Not guilty!
#5
bargain bought this last week might get a few spares.
#6
Don't believe a SATA cable comes with this.
#7
WTF!!!
Someone voting this cold............
I know there are some muppets on here but c'mon. oO
#8
Yeah fdsaofdsa9 above you would be in the muppet category
#9
Great Drive, Great Price
#10
Forgive the total newbie question, but are these easy to fit?

I have slotted ram and a graphics card in before, but nothing more adventurous than that. My pc has two dvd drives (a reader and a writer) and the writer packed in a few weeks back.
Is it just a case of taking out the old one and slotting the new one in?

If it makes any difference to matters it's a Dell Vostro 400, if memory serves (I'm not at home at the moment).
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Forgive the total newbie question, but are these easy to fit?

I have slotted ram and a graphics card in before, but nothing more adventurous than that. My pc has two dvd drives (a reader and a writer) and the writer packed in a few weeks back.
Is it just a case of taking out the old one and slotting the new one in?

If it makes any difference to matters it's a Dell Vostro 400, if memory serves (I'm not at home at the moment).


Assuming the dead drive is SATA then yes it should be very easy, unplug dead one, slot in new one, plug it in. Shouldn't need to faff around installing drivers or anything.
#12
Hot, got one last week for £11.29. My only complaint would be that it wasn't particularly well packaged - no padding or bubble wrap. It is just the bare OEM drive, no box, cables, screws or software.
#13
absolutely stunning deal, H & R added
#14
Just got my 5p tracking confirmation from Quidco X)
#15
got it last month at £11, great drive but as has already been sais nothing came with it, cables screws etc, i had to buy a sata lead and molex to sata converter as my previous cd drive was ide and molex, these cables were £1.50 delivered from amazon. make sure though your motherboard has a spare sata port
#16
heated
#17
just what one was looking great spot
#18
got 2 last week both gone back faulty then again packaging is useless.
#19
Bought this same drive a few weeks back for a fiver more. This is a very good price including delivery. Drive itself? It's alright. Not as good as my slightly older NEC one. And it does this strange thing, where if you try to eject the tray with a disc in, it pauses for maybe half a second before actually ejecting. But hey, for £10.99 you can't really complain.
#20
Thanks spamcan61.
#21
copystuff
got 2 last week both gone back faulty then again packaging is useless.

Yeah, Play are useless when it comes to packaging stuff like this. Got one of these pre-Christmas when they were just over £11 and it arrived rattling around in a large box, completely without any protective materials of any kind, feared the worse but to my amazement it worked ok.
#22
marktime
copystuff
got 2 last week both gone back faulty then again packaging is useless.
Yeah, Play are useless when it comes to packaging stuff like this. Got one of these pre-Christmas when they were just over £11 and it arrived rattling around in a large box, completely without any protective materials of any kind, feared the worse but to my amazement it worked ok.

Glad to know you was lucky to have them working @ one time they use to come in padded envelope so by the time royal mail kicked it around it would be knackered by the time i get it. Mine had moved that much it was no longer in the plastic bag.
#23
hope these have improved. sony's weren't best back in the days (PATA) so i had to opt for pioneed or NEC
#24
burns DVD+R/-R discs at amazing 24X speed


You wouldn't want to burn at this speed your have massive data errors
#25
dkillusion
burns DVD+R/-R discs at amazing 24X speed


You wouldn't want to burn at this speed your have massive data errors


from the days of ps copying at x2 lol... I've always burnt at x8 even when drives went past x16, and I'm talking cdr here!!! Mind, buy decent media and touchwood, almost zero coasters, was a time when i had enough coasters to properly decorate at xmas!!! (Sure plenty will remember those happy times!)

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