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Toshiba Exceria 32GB Micro SD Memory Card (UHS Speed Class 3) with SD adapter £10.99 (Prime) £14.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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UHS Speed Class 3 (UHS-I U3), so perfect for 4K video and ultra HD dashcams. I bought a few of these exact cards last month at a higher price, and I'm very happy with them!
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cecilmcroberts4 h, 30 m ago

Not for HD Dashcams, not covered under warranty, you need to go to the …Not for HD Dashcams, not covered under warranty, you need to go to the Toshiba Exceria Pro range (M4XX series) for dashcams etc.


I think even the "pro" and "high endurance" cards have dashcam use excluded under their warranty?
jvTech15 m ago

Which dashcam do you recommend?



Sorry to be of no help on that front. Personally my own is professional fit, the cameras are "Provision-isr". Got as part of deal when installing them into a commercial HGV fleet (in case you think a fool and money are easily parted lol).

provisioncameramatics.com/
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cecilmcroberts19 m ago

Not for HD Dashcams, not covered under warranty, you need to go to the …Not for HD Dashcams, not covered under warranty, you need to go to the Toshiba Exceria Pro range (M4XX series) for dashcams etc.


Which dashcam do you recommend?
Not for HD Dashcams, not covered under warranty, you need to go to the Toshiba Exceria Pro range (M4XX series) for dashcams etc.
I would be careful about 4K videos, as reviews on Amazon aren’t too good. Apparently these cards aren’t fast enough.
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Toshiba 43U6763DB 43inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Play Freeview HD Smart TV now £279 delivered with code @ Tesco Direct
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Lowest price on this well reviewed TV. Use code TDX-PHJ4 to get this price with 279 Clubcard points and free delivery. Quidco 1.5% -- Enjoy all your entertainment in one plac… Read more
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Had two of these, both became faulty within a month...personally I’d avoid Toshiba but if you’re going to buy one pay the extra £20 and get it from JL with a 5 year guarantee
htslough2 h, 30 m ago

Still think it's better paying £20 extra at JL for 5 year warranty.


What about price matching?
Anyone know what the picture quality is like compared to other brands like Hisense and Samsung in this price range?
Egoman3 m ago

How about some of the green ticks?


Probably a few but, you might aswell box a sick tv off too if you're shelling out like 400 for a one x
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prynolfc7 m ago

No chance mate, you'll need to be spending about 700/800 for that, you …No chance mate, you'll need to be spending about 700/800 for that, you need proper HDR to benefit properly from 4k gaming.


How about some of the green ticks?
Toshiba Exceria 64GB Micro SDXC U3 Card £16.79 7dayshop
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Good price for this card with free delivery included 2.63% topcashback or 2% quidco
I have had 2 fail. One used in media player in a car. The other was in a Nextbase dashcam. Both bought directly from Amazon who replaced them without issue.


Mud8oy1 h, 51 m ago

Nice price on the above Toshiba card anyone used them?

Says £17.99 for me?
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Avoid the Sandisk cards particularly if you are using it for a dashcam;
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Nice price on the above Toshiba card anyone used them? I prefer Transcend had no problems so far...
Is this better than the scandisk
Toshiba 49U6763DB LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 49" with Built-In Wi-Fi, Freeview HD & Freeview Play + 5 Year Guarantee £349 @ John Lewis
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Slightly better than the Amazon deal as it comes with 5 Year Guarantee from John Lewis or buy instore from Richer Sounds for a 6 Year Guarantee https://www.richersounds.com/tv-p… Read more
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fatfigo5 h, 52 m ago

I'm with you Bobbins... bought one yesterday and extremely happy with it! …I'm with you Bobbins... bought one yesterday and extremely happy with it! By the time this runs its course I'll be able to afford an OLED!


Hey fatfigo, thanks for this info which reinforces my choice. Mine comes on Thursday afternoon.
Bobbins9th Feb

Was committed to buying the Hisense but took a look a the Toshy is John …Was committed to buying the Hisense but took a look a the Toshy is John Lewis and was well impressed. Had a better picture IMO than an LG which was a £100 more



I'm with you Bobbins... bought one yesterday and extremely happy with it! By the time this runs its course I'll be able to afford an OLED!
i went away and had a think.
if there were a 5% failure rate
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then a 5% increase in price should cover the costs of failure. a £600 tv would cost an extra £30, however the after market warranty cover for 3 years costs £90. a multiple of 3 times. it becomes easy to see an offshoot business selling warranties would be profitable.
Edited by: "psychoid" 11th Feb
okay, i agree, but if the products are reliable enough to last last 2/3 years why not offer an extended warranty period?
i would suggest that manufacturers recognise failures will be present but expect the unlucky to carry the can. being a minority the unlucky will not be heard above the shouting of the believers with a "perfect" product.
also, determining what perceived quality is not an easy subject, flag waving yanks will tell the world how fantastic google and apple products are. their money owns the media really doesn't it? we also know finding an unbiased voice is not easy. there will be marketing money pushing the idea that extended warranties are a waste of time that we don't need them as business is trustworthy and they have our interests at heart. apple takes something like $150 profit from every item they sell. apple are an unfair and extreme example i agree, but so greedy they will sacrifce a "few" followers for a few dollars of profit rather than extend the warranty period.
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psychoid3 h, 37 m ago

I recognise your comment on goods being "protected". the difficulty with …I recognise your comment on goods being "protected". the difficulty with this position is one has to resort to a legal position rather than being a position of rights. I do feel an item should come with a manufacturers offer written into the contract of sale. I don't necessarily agree with your position on cheaper goods, if we look at both apple and the high end Samsung, or Google products people are not choosing cheap ,they are choosing what they perceive as a "quality" item. I just think companies such as these milk the system by not offering a warranty of several years and governments choose companies and bosses before the welfare of the people. Of course without capitalist exploitation one might say the would be no welfare for the people as there would be no money.


Not sure about that. Lots of people are skipping phones every year and buying every 2nd or 3rd year. Especially because they're hitting the £1k barrier. If you notice, the latest generations from Apple, Google, Samsung were coming up cold on this site (until prices were dropped) because there are equivalents for less than half price.
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Toshiba 49U5766DB 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED WLAN TV with Freeview Play - Black TV with a chrome surround £349 @ Amazon
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Think it's been this price at Richer Sounds and Costco and voted hot. Couldn't see a deal posted for Amazon. The fact it's sold by Amazon probably makes it better than those two ot… Read more
While the RS is better with the 6 yr. amazon replaced my b2c coffee machine after a year as it was being temperamental. They didn’t want the old one back either. I YouTubed a few fix vids and now it’s working just fine.

Anyone want a brand new essam 4200? Make me an offer
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I have returned things I have bought years ago for trivial reasons and they have always obliged me.
02wilben36 m ago

I have done this before


You put a tv in a bath, broke it n asked for replacement??? How the fffffff
I smashed my phone screen on a phone from Amazon 6 months in. They sent a replacement no problem before I'd sent the other back.

If you smash your TV I doubt RS would replace.

RS warranty is supposedly good, but Amazon will replace or refund no questions asked for 3 years IME, and probably will for longer.
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UltimatePhoenix1 m ago

Test your theory, that would be stupidity, they wouldn't need to sell …Test your theory, that would be stupidity, they wouldn't need to sell anymore tvs if everyone replaced it after a failure, or take out the insurance they offer I have accidental insurance on my tv, and had to use it cause a psycho was bad aim and threw two remotes at me but missed



I have done this before
Toshiba X300 4TB 3.5" 7200RPM Extreme Performance Hard Drive, £99.98 Amazon
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High performance, reliable internal hard drive Enhanced real-time performance 7200 rpm, 128MB buffer Rotational vibration (RV) sensors Perfect for high performance applications… Read more
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amour3k5 h, 14 m ago

It's always good to give head's up on/of 'alternatives' ...Thanx.But more …It's always good to give head's up on/of 'alternatives' ...Thanx.But more then 25% more/extra?. :-(Lol.


its the same ratio per Tb is you care
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zed6813 h, 20 m ago

Toshiba X300 5TB for £125.99 if you wish at ebuyer


It's always good to give head's up on/of 'alternatives' ...

Thanx.

But more then 25% more/extra?. :-(

Lol.
cbflazaro112 m ago

The fact that isn't a seagate barracuda


OK, so why is this the deal at £25/TB and not the 3TB drive at £21.67/TB? I am not arguing there isn't a deal on a high performance drive, but 4TB for £100 isn't it.
Lonyo34 m ago

Why is this a "hot" deal? The 3TB is one the same page and is much cheaper …Why is this a "hot" deal? The 3TB is one the same page and is much cheaper per TB...Or 4TB drives can be bought for much less (like £77-£82 or so). What makes this 4TB version of this drive a hot deal?


What high performance 4gb drive would be recommended in the £77-£82 price bracket?
Lonyo33 m ago

Why is this a "hot" deal? The 3TB is one the same page and is much cheaper …Why is this a "hot" deal? The 3TB is one the same page and is much cheaper per TB...Or 4TB drives can be bought for much less (like £77-£82 or so). What makes this 4TB version of this drive a hot deal?


The fact that isn't a seagate barracuda
Toshiba P300 3TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA (Lowest ever price) £64.97 @ Amazon
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Toshiba P300 3TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA HDWD130UZSVA. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon
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Gustaf_Siden14 h, 23 m ago

Let’s be honest, you think that’s down to packaging lmao, what a bunch of t …Let’s be honest, you think that’s down to packaging lmao, what a bunch of tripe, if the hdd is faulty you can wrap it in angel pubes, it’s still faulty innit’


Some will be sent out already faulty, sure. If the packaging has no shock absorption, it increases the risk of damage due to the way packages are handled in warehouses and during transit. Force + No Shock Absorption = Potential damage to sensitive equipment.
Dejaque8th Feb

Yeah but that's extra messing around for you, time is precious. Also, what …Yeah but that's extra messing around for you, time is precious. Also, what if there's damage that doesn't manifest itself straight away, maybe it takes weeks and you've already filled the HD with data.


Let’s be honest, you think that’s down to packaging lmao, what a bunch of tripe, if the hdd is faulty you can wrap it in angel pubes, it’s still faulty innit’
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Gustaf_Siden4 h, 53 m ago

Well if it doesn’t work when I get it then have to refund so I don’t see th …Well if it doesn’t work when I get it then have to refund so I don’t see the problem


Yeah but that's extra messing around for you, time is precious. Also, what if there's damage that doesn't manifest itself straight away, maybe it takes weeks and you've already filled the HD with data.
Dejaque3 h, 46 m ago

Well if it doesn’t work when I get it then have to refund so I don’t see the problem
Toshiba N300 High Reliability 8TB Internal NAS Hard Drive - £200.00 @ Amazon
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Only 9 left in stock currently. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. These are bulk 7200RPM 128MB 3.5 Inch SATA drives model- HDWN180UZSVA
"Bulk", I assume that means they'll slip it into a DVD case cardboard wrapper and send it in the post. Hard drives need MUCH more care than that in the delivery system. Avoid!
Toshiba and HGST have not produced the dogs of hard drives that Seagate and Western Digital have in the last few years. You get a more consistent reliable product. These are pretty fast as well.

I don't have a problem with ebuyer. My problem is with Seagate, having more than a few fail on me. None of my HGSTs have failed.
Gentle_Giant2 h, 26 m ago

I have around a dozen Tosh dives of various size; the oldest is around 5-6 …I have around a dozen Tosh dives of various size; the oldest is around 5-6 years old (at a guess); so far not one has had any issues, or bad sectors.Internally they all say they are Hitachi, who have by far the best reliability of the few remaining drive makers.


The shape of the metal cover looks different to the hgst 8tb NAS drives.
I have around a dozen Tosh dives of various size; the oldest is around 5-6 years old (at a guess); so far not one has had any issues, or bad sectors.
Internally they all say they are Hitachi, who have by far the best reliability of the few remaining drive makers.
Steviepunk9 m ago

The Seagate 8TB Ironwolf is £192@ ebuyer …The Seagate 8TB Ironwolf is £192@ ebuyer https://www.ebuyer.com/760589-seagate-ironwolf-8tb-3-5-nas-hard-drive-at-ebuyer-com-st8000vn0022Though not everyone likes ebuyer.


ok I'll take the price than the seagate comment back lol. I have not problem with ebuyer.
43" Toshiba 43U6763DB LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Freeview HD & Freeview Play for £299 @ John Lewis or Richer Sounds
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Toshiba 43U6763DB LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 43" with Built-In Wi-Fi, Freeview HD & Freeview Play, Black £299.00 4.6 / 5 rating out of 105 Reviews 5 year guarantee included … Read more
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This TV has a big back.
100% Vestel. Having said that the Tosh sets do look good and are pretty stable. The Hisense deal isn’t part of the Tosh/Vestel European agreement at the moment.
BIG BOY, BIG BOY, WHO DO YA THINK YOU ARE.... YOU AINT AS BIG AS TOSH-I-BA
Does anyone know the response time/input lag for this
Cant seem to find an optical port listed on the specs. Pretty standard for soundbars etc, so, although a good price if you dont need optical, no heat from me. Sorry
Toshiba 55inch smart TV £432 @ Costco
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Features: 4K Ultra HD TV 4 x HDMI, 3 x USB, 1 x Scart connections USB recording functionality Toshiba Smart Portal entertainment hub Internal WLAN and Bluetooth Just bough… Read more
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paulpso4th Feb

displayspecificationsNo mention of whether it's RGBW or not, though I …displayspecificationsNo mention of whether it's RGBW or not, though I think it's mainly LG pulling that trick. I imagine its 4:4:2, most are around this price. Doesn't mention backlight brightness, but being a budget price for this size it will be a normal level, especially with that 150W max power draw. Still for the size of it it's decent. Probably made by Vestel.


Are there any 4:4:4 options at 55” for slightly more
displayspecifications

No mention of whether it's RGBW or not, though I think it's mainly LG pulling that trick. I imagine its 4:4:2, most are around this price. Doesn't mention backlight brightness, but being a budget price for this size it will be a normal level, especially with that 150W max power draw. Still for the size of it it's decent. Probably made by Vestel.
Seems to be available online for £430 at a few other places
Toshiba Exceria Micro SD SDXC Memory Card UHS-1 U3 90MB/s with Full Size SD Card Adapter - 64GB @ 7dayshop.com - £17.88
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If you bought a dashcam recently, you may need one of these high endurance cards - apparently they withstand constant overwriting. They have been cheaper, but I paid £20 on Amazon… Read more
Michael_Wilkinson2 h, 38 m ago

Be aware that some dashcams,my nextbase 412 for instance,will not be …Be aware that some dashcams,my nextbase 412 for instance,will not be reliable with memory cards over 32gb so check before you buy.



Nextbase updated the firmware 64gb accepted
deal should be spammed - totally false heat
pretty standard price for a 64gb card
Be aware that some dashcams,my nextbase 412 for instance,will not be reliable with memory cards over 32gb so check before you buy.
Not a high endurance card... an ok deal though
Don't think these are high endurance.
Toshiba P300 2TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA £51.97 @ Amazon, lowest ever price.
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Lowest it's been on Amazon, I've had one for a few months mainly for storing my Steam games, no problems with noise or loading times. High performance, reliable internal hard d… Read more
the last 2TB I bought was £55 in 2011, just before the tsunami. Amazingly it was a seagate and only one out of four has failed in the meanwhile.

Good to see the hard drive industry has finally recovered from from that, although I thought it already had?!
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TimmoUK7 h, 47 m ago

Bought the 3tb version of this for £56 2 days ago with the £10 off offer a …Bought the 3tb version of this for £56 2 days ago with the £10 off offer amazon had.


Snap!
toaster4 h, 56 m ago

I bought a Dewalt 4AH Li-on battery with my £10 voucher so there you go.


Any Dewalt battery for a tenner is a bargain. Respect.
Low rated comments in amazon are worth perusing.
Good for data you don't care too much about though
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TimmoUK3 m ago

Bought the 3tb version of this for £56 2 days ago with the £10 off offer a …Bought the 3tb version of this for £56 2 days ago with the £10 off offer amazon had.


I bought a Dewalt 4AH Li-on battery with my £10 voucher so there you go.
Toshiba N300 High Reliability 4TB Internal NAS Hard Drive 7K2 RPM  3.5  SATA £99.99 - Amazon
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4TB Internal hard drive for NAS etc HDWQ140UZSVA
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merchant_ac22nd Jan

Better than the Low Reliability version.


If you think slower is better then yes.
Hootwo38 m ago

10GB networking is becoming less expensive and an option for semi-pro …10GB networking is becoming less expensive and an option for semi-pro users.e.g. TPLink T1700g-28TQ is fanless and offers 4x 10GB and 24x 1GB ports for 230eur at amazon.frPlus ebay has 2x Mellanox 10GB half-height 10GB cards plus cable for £70.Two of those plus the switch plus 2 cables gives 10Gbe for 4 machines for £350 - about £80 per machine.


so not normal home use then - remember most people just want an extra few gigabit ports, which is why 5-port Netgear kit for a tenner from Amazon goes hot on here.

And your pricing is correct, but a little misleading. As you're going the SFP+ direct connect cable route rather than using fibre modules and fibre cabling, you're really limited to VERY expensive, VERY short cabling. Fine to link all your kit in a rack, but entirely useless if you have a fileserver in one room and a workstation in another. If however you do have your kit all located in the same place, you could get a much smaller (and cheaper) copper-only switch without 10G, and just get the Mellanox cards/cables and direct connect your main equipment - linking 2/3 machines with a 10G backbone for £70-100 is not a bad dea.

I did something similar with infiniband kit a while back though - to be honest it's not really worth the effort for home use (semi-pro or otherwise). Now I just have 4 gigabit NICs in my server and 2 or 4 in my main workstations, and let Multichannel take care of things to boost throughput where possible. 99% of the time the transfers are just as fast as my old 10G network, but it's a lot simpler to set up and manage through a single switch.
lilbeastie22nd Jan

... For network-attached storage for example, unless you have 10G Ethernet …... For network-attached storage for example, unless you have 10G Ethernet (and let's be honest, no normal person does at home) you'll never hit a sustained transfer in anything other than a synthetic benchmark with modern drives regardless of their spindle rpm.

10GB networking is becoming less expensive and an option for semi-pro users.
e.g. TPLink T1700g-28TQ is fanless and offers 4x 10GB and 24x 1GB ports for 230eur at amazon.fr
Plus ebay has 2x Mellanox 10GB half-height 10GB cards plus cable for £70.
Two of those plus the switch plus 2 cables gives 10Gbe for 4 machines for £350 - about £80 per machine.
Whats the warranty cover on these drives ?
No, I'm responding to theoretical numbers with real life experience based on many machines installed/used
Lowest ever price for 3tb 7200 Toshiba P300 £66.97 at Amazon
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High performance, reliable internal hard drive Data protection technology 7200 rpm, 64MB buffer Perfect for challenging applications including gaming and photo/video editing
Rich4422nd Jan

How can you just dismiss vibrations like that? What has MHBF got to do …How can you just dismiss vibrations like that? What has MHBF got to do with running a drive in a concentrated factor with many other drives all generating heat & vibrations? MHBF is usually calculated in a best case scenario environment, in the case of a non-intensive use hard drive it'll be a single drive in a PC in which case it'll easily be dissipating its own heat and there will be next to no external vibrations.Obviously is you then say stick it in a server with 3 other hard drives then the middle drives are really soaking up heat which is going to impact drive longevity when it's not built to run in that environment.You need to ideally use a drive built to the environment you're running it in if not then be prepared to accept that drive life may be shortened.


I stand corrected
fiqqer22nd Jan

To be fair its not just Toshiba, 3tb drives in general have had very poor …To be fair its not just Toshiba, 3tb drives in general have had very poor reliability for some reason. Their newer and larger drives are much more reliable.


Case in point the sea gate class action in USA. I got a Refund on one 2 yrs later ...
From my purchase in 2014...

Toshiba 3TB 3.5" SATA-III Hard Drive - 7200RPM 64MB Cache
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Price £64.99
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Est delivery date 28/02/2014
even better today with the 10 quid off using BIGTHANKS
Toshiba P300 3TB harddisk 7200RPM 3.5" SATA £66.97 @ Amazon
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Cheers OP heat from me, needed a drive and this is perfect as with Prime it will be here tomorrow.
Will work on ps4?
theregister.co.uk/200…ue/


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If your Seagate drive makes an unusual squeaking noise every now and again but the SMART tests say its ok then back it up immediately and prepare for a disaster - its not just confined to the older 1TB drives i have 3 2tb drives in my workshop that failed with firmware failure even though the drive platters are ok!

It is actually possible to recover your drive yourself if it has failed with either firmware or stuck heads or board failure - bad cluster failure is another story however.
There is a website you can send your drive to and they replace the controller board which could get all your data back.
You can do it yourself by buying the board but depending on the drive you may need to desolder the bios chip from the old board and put it onto the new board - the website charges you for this!

Download ACRONIS drive monitor - its free and is the best little app you will ever download - it will tell you when your drive is about to fail well before you will notice anything!
Edited by: "omendata" 6th Jan
chris1098 h, 17 m ago

Could i use this in a Youview box???


No the Talktalk Youview boxes have a routine in the linux Kernel that checks for a 320gb hard drive - I have tried 500gb and even 160gb drives perfectly cloned from the original but it MUST have a 320gb hard drive.

If your drive has failed you will need an image of the OS as it resides on one of the 5 partitions as well as swapp file, pvr recording catchup partition, movies partition so you cannot even just swap in a 320gb hard drive and pray that the download via internet repair will work - IT DOESNT!
Toshiba Exceria M302 128GB Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K - THN-M302R1280EA £38.98 @ Amazon
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amour3k3rd Jan

You probably aren't very far wrong, perhaps?.

Thanks was reading about this a while back in PC World mag
craig_d2nd Jan

I purchased this card last year for my Galaxy S7 Edge and returned it back …I purchased this card last year for my Galaxy S7 Edge and returned it back to Amazon a few days later. The read speed is good, the write speed is rubbish and falls below the U3 standard they are supposedly certified for. If you are going to use this card for adoptive storage on android, don't bother! Get a Sandisk Ultra A1 instead.They are not very good cards. For 4K video you won't even get 30MB/s Write.



+1 Craig, purchased a 64GB Toshiba Exceria for my 4K 360 cam and the cam just fell over, then found it would only get around 20MB/s so went straight back to Amazon. I got the 32GB SanDisk Extreme Plus and that thing is stinking fast! 80MB/s for same price! Drop in capacity no big deal for me.
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craig_d3rd Jan

I've got the Sandisk extreme plus v30 u3 A1 in both my galaxy S7 edge and …I've got the Sandisk extreme plus v30 u3 A1 in both my galaxy S7 edge and nvidia shield k1. The A1 cards are optimised for app use, so perfect for adoptive storage. Apps load as fast as the internal storage. The A2 is overkill really. Even the cheaper sandisk ultra card has a faster write speed that the Toshiba card. Check out the benchmarks online.


Thanks
robertraekeenan14 h, 8 m ago

As a photographer if your photos are blurry. That's the camera exposure …As a photographer if your photos are blurry. That's the camera exposure ISO or speed setting at fault. If the photo has been recorded to the card then it's not the card at fault. All cameras have a buffer including phones so the photo would be written there first before the card.


I would like to think that anyone with a brain would know that a SD card can't cause blurred pictures.

Going back many years I had a Nikon APS camera with a 28 - 300 zoom. If my memory serves me, it was nearly impossible to buy 800ASA cartridges, and I had to make do with 400ASA. At the long end of the zoom it was impossible to get sharp pictures. I would use an educated guess that the poster you have replied to is experiencing similar issues. Although today's digital cameras have auto everything, it still requires the user to understand the basics if they want decent/expected results.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 3rd Jan
robertraekeenan9 h, 40 m ago

As a photographer if your photos are blurry. That's the camera exposure …As a photographer if your photos are blurry. That's the camera exposure ISO or speed setting at fault. If the photo has been recorded to the card then it's not the card at fault. All cameras have a buffer including phones so the photo would be written there first before the card.


I think could be S7 software. Used to be great on Android 6.0 but the 7.0 update on the camera has not been good. In auto mode it's always blurry especially in dark conditions meaning I switch to "Sports" mode most of the time. This means photos not as sharp but much clearer. I assume this mode is shortening the exposure time
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