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Well no, i don't have data redundancy on my laptop. I Currently have 2x 750GB HDDs in my laptop and i use them as they are (no RAID) and i have a External 2TB HDD which I use backup the data in my laptop to. The backup program i used is apple's "Time machine" and it basically clones the HDDs on my laptop to the External Drive. 



Does it have 2 HDD bays or did you have to get a hard drive caddy for your ODD bay?

 

Still looking for gear. Should I take this somewhere else?

post #1967 of 134456
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Maybe you'd understand it more if you had, y'know, watched Sousei no Aquarion.

 

-- Griffinhart


...that's the problem hheheeh tongue_smile.gif don't really want to. im mostly watching it for those 5-7minutes of main character interactions every episode :)

 

So..any manga people? oh and im gonna go and probably pick up an XB500 or XB700 soon

 

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 Does it have 2 HDD bays or did you have to get a hard drive caddy for your ODD bay?

neither, i just took out the optical drive and put the hdd in, and filled the space with styrofoam. The hard drive cadd was simply too expensive for me. (the total cost of my replacement is 0.5 US$ for the SATA cable)

post #1969 of 134456
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neither, i just took out the optical drive and put the hdd in, and filled the space with styrofoam. The hard drive cadd was simply too expensive for me. (the total cost of my replacement is 0.5 US$ for the SATA cable)



Actually sounds effective, but not practical.

post #1970 of 134456

well i've been using this setup for almost 2 years and no problems so far....

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well i've been using this setup for almost 2 years and no problems so far....



Then you did good. Congratulations.

post #1972 of 134456

anyone here a gamer as well?

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anyone here a gamer as well?



yeah why :) currently on Alan Wake..not really liking the system or this type of game. i've only been playing for about 30 mintues though. my drivers crashed then(new re instal) ...hmmm

 

anyway. Amagami 9....or just amagami SS+ in general. any body...care much yet? unlike first i feel like its more of an just averae series. well above average. 7.5 out of 10

well whatever it is. ending song beginning is awesome >_<


Edited by bowei006 - 3/4/12 at 6:53pm
post #1974 of 134456

ooh, Alan wake seemed like an interesting idea though. I watched a walkthrough of it when it was on the xbox, just didn't have to urge to buy it on steam yet :( 

 

can anyone recommend a upbeat slice of life anime or seinen anime? Or I might just have to rewatch hajime no ippo again..

post #1975 of 134456
Clannad and then its sequel. Its upbeat and sad at times. Most love it. Aisheteruze baby is also good. I recommend reading and watching it
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to complete the list i need to mention Japanese strip-cartoons(e.g.Naruto),every music in it are wonderful.,Hokage Ninjia is the best one for me.

my husband and i love it so much.



 

Link plz :)

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anyone here a gamer as well?


Putting in my last couple of hours for the Mass Effect 3 demo, then eagerly awaiting the delivery of the N7 Collector's Edition. I also play EVE Online a couple of hours every week (on average). I'd game more, but most games coming out recently are uninteresting tripe, so I find myself playing the classics - Fallout 2, Baldur's Gate (both the original and the sequel), Planescape: Torment, Deus Ex, Ar tonelico, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (granted, I haven't touch MHP3rd in a while) etc. - and I also don't have enough time what with college.

 

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can anyone recommend a upbeat slice of life anime or seinen anime? Or I might just have to rewatch hajime no ippo again..


Sketchbook, Lucky Star (if you can withstand the otaku references), K-ON (I much prefer the first season to the second season, even though the second season had more music), Hidamari Sketch (art by Ume-sensei, animated by SHAFT), Minami-ke (although I've only seen the first season of that one).

 

-- Griffinhart

post #1978 of 134456

Dropped Mouretsu Pirates....it was time for it to go lol; I held on long enough.

post #1979 of 134456

whoa, K-On is seinen? 

 

I usually stay away from really cutesy anime/manga, can't really stand the drawings :/

 

I had no idea seinen had these mangas/anime too. I usually read the darker/more mature ones

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K-ON is slice-of-life.
 

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can anyone recommend a upbeat slice of life anime or seinen anime?

 

(Emphasis mine.)

 

-- Griffinhart


Edited by Griffinhart - 3/4/12 at 9:26pm
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