Yes, it should run just fine. No special mounting.
With a standard PC hard drive without all the protection of shock absorbtion of a notebook drive, are there any special mounting techniques to protect against bumbs in the road in such? Or do you even need that sort of thing at all?
Will a normal healthy hard drive stand up to regular road use?
I used suspenders, and closed them in my back windows (I have power windows) keeps it suspending the whole time.
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Yup, or you could use rubber bands and suspend it from the clothing hooks in your back seats!Originally Posted by judoGTI
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Do not 'suspend the drive' in this fashon, it introduces hamonics.
Mount the drive firmly to a solid surface.
And do a little searching or read the FAQ even a little before asking.
D201GLY2, DC-DC power, 3.5 inch SATA
Yes, you should search... and Yes, It has been covered before!
Read the FAQ!
I leave my hard drive at home to absolutely avoid any possible damage and trail a long IDE cable wherever I go...Originally Posted by PatO
....Yes, I know it has a stupid name, those crazy Japanese!
You know, I bet that works like a charm!Originally Posted by mp3oplecarrier