Older hard-drive enclosures may be limited in the size of drive they can present to your system.
You might be impressed with your new 1-terabyte hard drive now, but sources at Seagate have confirmed for a new drive with 3 terabytes of storage space.
Our resident nasal storage expert Rafe Needleman is on the show to explain some quantum physics to you. Rafe also schools me in why latency doesn't matter to bandwidth but he still won't admit that he need 60 Gbps. And we realize that the only way to save
A nice mix of questions today, including SATA drives that can't be formatted properly, how to run DVD backups on Apple TV, and more.
Large hard drives not recognizing full capacity in some enclosures (#4): Software fix
Large hard drives not recognizing full capacity in some enclosures (#3)
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