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Wanted: Internal DVD R/W drive (SATA, dual layer preferred, but others considered)

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:220 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Want to add a 2nd drive. Please let me know what you have and price delivered. Thanks
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:220 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
Its IDE mind, not sata, just incase you buy it, but pioneer drives are, in my opinion, up there with the best drives on the market! I mean, apple use them :p . Paul
#3
Here you go Dude.
Pioneer DVR-216DBK 20x Internal Black Bare SATA DVD+/-RW Drive / Black at play.com for £16.99
Direct link :- http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/-/672/879/-/6579347/Pioneer-DVR-216DBK-20x-Internal-Black-Bare-SATA-DVD+-RW-Drive-Black/Product.html?searchtype=genre

Other drives Link - http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/-/672/879/3-/RegionHome.html?searchtype=genre
#4
Can offer a black Pioneer SATA 112 DVDRW/DL as new, £12 inc.
#5
Thanks Guys - but anybody got a 2nd hand drive, even if not dual layer? I've also got an white DVD R/W (IDE) drive that I don't need, if anybody is interested.
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spartacus101
Can offer a black Pioneer SATA 112 DVDRW/DL as new, £12 inc.


Thanks - why do you call it 'as new'? what's the model number?
#7
Liddle ol' me;4159754
Thanks - why do you call it 'as new'? what's the model number?
It was from a PC build which, when completed was dismantled almost straight away as Dell XPS Quad Core's came up at about £500. It's a DVR112.
#8
spartacus101
It was from a PC build which, when completed was dismantled almost straight away as Dell XPS Quad Core's came up at about £500. It's a DVR112.


Thanks - ok, not the fastest R/W speeds, but I could live with that. If you can go a bit cheaper I'll consider it. Or are you up for any trades?
#9
While I'm waiting for spartacus101 to get back to me, anybody else have a spare DVD drive hanging around..? (BUMP 1)
#10
Well, TBH, the cost to post makes it not worth my going any cheaper... what do you have to trade?
#11
spartacus101
Well, TBH, the cost to post makes it not worth my going any cheaper... what do you have to trade?


I have a sandisc 4GB Micro SD with adaptor. Wiikey with 512MB SD. Virgin SIM with £5 credit. Some Xbox games (Halo 1, Halo 2, Resident Evil, others). Xbox 360 games (COD 3, Bioshock, PDZ), loads of gamecube games (mario, Metroid, Star Wars, others), loads of good books (no carp pulp fiction), I dunno my cupboards are full of other stuff - just ask in case I have something. PC wise I have an IDE DVD R/W, PSU, and other other stuff I'd need to look through. Again, just ask... :)
#12
Liddle ol' me;4160886
I have a sandisc 4GB Micro SD with adaptor. Wiikey with 512MB SD. Virgin SIM with £5 credit. Some Xbox games (Halo 1, Halo 2, Resident Evil, others). Xbox 360 games (COD 3, Bioshock, PDZ), loads of gamecube games (mario, Metroid, Star Wars, others), loads of good books (no carp pulp fiction), I dunno my cupboards are full of other stuff - just ask in case I have something. PC wise I have an IDE DVD R/W, PSU, and other other stuff I'd need to look through. Again, just ask... :)
Thanks, but there's nothing there for me I'm afraid.
#13
spartacus101
Thanks, but there's nothing there for me I'm afraid.


Ok, well I'll keep your drive in mind and come back if I'm interested in buying. Thanks :thumbsup:

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