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Biggest SATA drive on FireWire [message #294750] Tue, 30 June 2015 16:31
Jörg Duurkoop is currently offline  Jörg Duurkoop
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Hi everybody,

Does anybody here know which is the max. capacity of an external HD
connected to a G4 MDD via FireWire, running Tiger? I'm running out of space
for my backups and have a Freecom dock which accepts all kind of SATA
drives. Prices for big SATA drives are attractive now.

Thanks, Jörg.

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