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    Question Harddisk Trouble??

    I have see many people have trouble with hard disk in there car.

    Im thinking about all the vibration from the sub. ?? What happen with the small plate in the hard disk with all the vibration..

    Try to put your hand on the hard disk when you play high, if you can feel some thing, you maybe have an explanation if your hard disk gone defect

    The solution is to hang up your hard disk in rubbing to get less vibration to your hard disk or use a 2 inch hard disk, it is build to handle more vibration.
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    Do some research, This has been covered in detail.

    A serach on 'Hard drive mount'

    The short answer is do mount the drive firmly to a hard surface and use a desktop drive as they are less expensive.

    Also covered is the magnetic field from the magnets, the general consensus is do not worry about it either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4u2n
    I have see many people have trouble with hard disk in there car.

    Im thinking about all the vibration from the sub. ?? What happen with the small plate in the hard disk with all the vibration..

    Try to put your hand on the hard disk when you play high, if you can feel some thing, you maybe have an explanation if your hard disk gone defect

    The solution is to hang up your hard disk in rubbing to get less vibration to your hard disk or use a 2 inch hard disk, it is build to handle more vibration.
    What would be the point of hanging them? The vibrations are still going trough it... Everyone always wants to hang theyr harddiks :P
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    I don't know. I do know this though, laptop drives are not built for vibration either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder
    I don't know. I do know this though, laptop drives are not built for vibration either.
    Maybe 2 inch disk not direct build to handle vibration, both it can handle more vibration than a 3 desktop hard disk
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckinMP3
    Do some research, This has been covered in detail.

    Here is a link to get you started:
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/sear...earchid=497344

    The short answer is do mount the drive firmly to a hard surface and use a desktop drive as they are less expensive.

    Also covered is the magnetic field from the magnets, the general consensus is do not worry about it either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4u2n
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    Hard disk trouble? I have never heard of anyone having hard disk trouble!
    Ding Dong my hard drive is gone :(

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    If my subs could make a one-g force on a 3.5 or a 2.5 drive i would be soo happy>

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrence
    If my subs could make a one-g force on a 3.5 or a 2.5 drive i would be soo happy>
    A parked harddisk can stand up to 200G so
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