Reviews and Problems with Western Digital Caviar Blue Sata 300 7200RPM 320GB 8MB (WD3200AAJS)
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appears to working fine.
Nelson McNabb, Amazon
2 August 2015
Summary: Hard drive was sent in a sealed anti-static bag and appears "new" however, manufacturer date posted on all hard drives was May 22, 2009. WD Caviar's only come with a 1 year warranty from Western Digital. Oh well...appears to working fine.
This drive arrived with "out of warranty" status according to ...
Warren Broux, Amazon
23 April 2015
Summary: This drive arrived with "out of warranty" status according to Western Digital. Date of mfg 28 May 2009. When checked out, the drive had three partitions that were formatted as FAT32 and contained many files. I re-partitioned the hard drive to one partition and formatted it as NTFS.
Summary: Should have spent the extra $20 for a TB HDD or waited for a better deal on a similar sized SSD drive. It does the trick but it is now the new bottleneck on my new PC. Takes waaaay too long to load games.
Summary: the Drive is probably fine. problem is that the cloning software provided by Western Digital did not recognize either this drive or the drive I was replacing as a WD hard drive so it would not clone the data. That needs to be fixed.
Summary: I originally purchased this HD 2years ago now for the original. When it went out ayear ago this month, I purchased another and held on to the original to try to recover lost info. The replacement lasted 6 months. Got wD to RMA it and that one just went a week after install.
Summary: I have a RAID 0+1 set up using these drives, since they aren't very expensive with a decent size. I had to buy another, as one of the drives failed after about 2 years. I haven't done any diagnostics to try to figure out why it went down, all I did was replace the bad drive and let the RAID system...