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FS: Western Digital 1TB MyBook World edition £95.00

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:13 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Western Digital Mybookworld 1TB NAS. Bought about 1 year ago and filled with stuff, used on and off to watch said stuff and stuff cleared off again yesterday. Condition is excellent and unit is fully working. Supplied in original box with all documents and accessories. According to the WD site this morning the guarantee is for a further 708 days. Not sure on how to transfer this but I'm sure a change of address on the website if not name should cover it.

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:13 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
How mr Sprout, genuine reason for sale?
#2
lufc_ginge
How mr Sprout, genuine reason for sale?


Reason is I had 3 PC's running in the house plus a laptop when I purchased this which made life easier for sharing media. I am now down to 1 PC and 1 laptop. PC is always on so no need for central storage now. Internal drives are obviously much faster than network drives so have 2TB in my desktop now.
#3
If all else fails Barry, you could take out the WD Green power drive that is inside it and stick it in your PC, it is a SATA disc.
I done the same with mine, I got it ex-display from my local Comet, but for some reason I couldnt get it up and running properly over the network (I'm not that good with networking, but I am getting better at it :p), so I just ripped it apart and stuck it in the desktop, all I need now ar some extra SATA ports incase I wanna plug anything else in :p

Mike..
#4
MikeBeaver
If all else fails Barry, you could take out the WD Green power drive that is inside it and stick it in your PC, it is a SATA disc.
I done the same with mine, I got it ex-display from my local Comet, but for some reason I couldnt get it up and running properly over the network (I'm not that good with networking, but I am getting better at it :p), so I just ripped it apart and stuck it in the desktop, all I need now ar some extra SATA ports incase I wanna plug anything else in :p

Mike..


what did you do with the enclosure?
i would quite like it if you want to get rid :P
#5
MikeBeaver
If all else fails Barry, you could take out the WD Green power drive that is inside it and stick it in your PC, it is a SATA disc.
I done the same with mine, I got it ex-display from my local Comet, but for some reason I couldnt get it up and running properly over the network (I'm not that good with networking, but I am getting better at it :p), so I just ripped it apart and stuck it in the desktop, all I need now ar some extra SATA ports incase I wanna plug anything else in :p

Mike..


Sounds like a plan! However I will leave for sale at the moment and see if anyone wants it complete.
#6
Jetpac
what did you do with the enclosure?
i would quite like it if you want to get rid :P


Were you looking for a freebie or would you want to purchase a housing
#7
Willing to swap for a portable 500Gb 2.5" Lacie 'little disk'?
#8
Amazes me how much cheap HDDs are now a days.. I remember when i got a 1GB HDD and thought i'd never fill in, cost me stupid money.

p.s - Massmail666 - the one he is selling is different.
#9


Yep different model, that's a usb drive this sale is for a NAS (Network attached Storage) drive

Like This One

Cheapest I can see is around £130
#10
I'll buy the caddy of you for a fair price ... You're better of putting the disk in your own machine I reckon.
#11
bazzaric
Willing to swap for a portable 500Gb 2.5" Lacie 'little disk'?


No thanks, I've got a portable 250GB which does what I need.

Thanks for the offer though.:thumbsup:
#12
petermerritt
I'll buy the caddy of you for a fair price ... You're better of putting the disk in your own machine I reckon.


I really don't need the extra storage (at the moment) 2TB on desktop, 250GB portable, 250GB PS3, 160GB netbook, 500GB bedroom PC

However I Could put the drive to one side for a rainy day I suppose. But unsure as to what a fair price for caddy would be. Have you checked that you can put a new drive in and format it ok?
#13
I really don't need the extra storage (at the moment) 2TB on desktop, 250GB portable, 250GB PS3, 160GB netbook, 500GB bedroom PC


Do you have a backup solution for all that? Especially all the smaller drivers.

I was thinking around £25 for the caddy, but I'll need to check what the going rate is on ebay - I have a feeling they probably sell for a little more.
#14
petermerritt
Do you have a backup solution for all that? Especially all the smaller drivers.

I was thinking around £25 for the caddy, but I'll need to check what the going rate is on ebay - I have a feeling they probably sell for a little more.


Have been having a snout around on the bay myself to see what is about, the only enclosure I can find is item number 270391661436, it is currently up to £31.00 with £6.99 postage and still has over 1 day left to go, but then again, ebay is'nt really a great comparison site all the time.



Mike..
#15
petermerritt
Do you have a backup solution for all that? Especially all the smaller drivers.

I was thinking around £25 for the caddy, but I'll need to check what the going rate is on ebay - I have a feeling they probably sell for a little more.


Yeah I would have thought a bit more. I'm going to leave the sale up for the complete unit because it's still under guarantee that way. But if nothing happens with that I will look to split.
#16
If I had to buy the lot, then I guess I'd offer £75. In my experience warranties are hard to transfer, so ultimately I'd be just buying a drive with no comeback if it failed.
#17
petermerritt
If I had to buy the lot, then I guess I'd offer £75. In my experience warranties are hard to transfer, so ultimately I'd be just buying a drive with no comeback if it failed.


The warranty is the registration on the WD site, so a change of address would be all that's needed I think. I can split the difference and call it £85
#18
hi there.

if you are willing to let it go for 80 quid i will take it.

thanks
#19
rockmonkey
hi there.

if you are willing to let it go for 80 quid i will take it.

thanks


£85 is as low as I will go.
#20
bumpity bump
#21
hey.

ok thanks. unfortunatelyl i cant go any higher already bust the budget with that offer. i will leave it out there for you though. i know its only a fiver but times are tough at the mo!:)
#22
rockmonkey
hey.

ok thanks. unfortunatelyl i cant go any higher already bust the budget with that offer. i will leave it out there for you though. i know its only a fiver but times are tough at the mo!:)


They are indeed
#23
if you do happen to change your mind just let me know on here. will take it at 80 and can pay the money anyway you like today. if not have a free bumpski on me.
#24
rockmonkey
if you do happen to change your mind just let me know on here. will take it at 80 and can pay the money anyway you like today. if not have a free bumpski on me.


Don't seem to be a lot of offers flooding in so £80 it is. Will save listing and paying fees on ebay.
Payment either by BT or paypal gift your choice. PM me and we can exchange details
#25
pm sent.:thumbsup:

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