That's funny I've been using LaCie's for the past 8 years with no
problems, as opposed to some others out there. Maybe it's because I
use a Mac., but even in a windows environment, the LaCies have been
On May 27, 2009, at 3:09 PM, Lou Judson wrote:
> Seagate is good, but an audio recovery firm I know has dozens of
> bad LaCie's that have required expensive recovery when they failed.
> Just a word of warning. Maxtor is now owned by Seagate and they are
> made in the same factory. Seagate has longer warranty, though.
> Buy twice as many as you need, whatever it is and keep duplicates.
> Some like to keep three sets, one offsite, for safety... Expect to
> migrate the files to new drives periodically, as hard drives will
> not last forever.
> Digital material does not exist if not backed up, it is said.
> Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
> On May 27, 2009, at 12:00 PM, Dave Kesner wrote:
>> We've been having good luck with our Seagate "Free Agent" 1.5TB
>> drive. Have
>> also done well with LaCie and Maxtors...
>> Dave Kesner
>> Recording Engineer
>> UCSD Arts Library
>> 9500 Gilman Dr. 0175Q
>> La Jolla, CA 92093
>> 858 534-1268 (office)
>> 858 534-0189 (fax)
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