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View Poll Results: Which external firewire drive have you found works best with SuperDuper?
Seagate 4 23.53%
Maxtor 4 23.53%
Lacie 3 17.65%
Western Digital 5 29.41%
Other 6 35.29%
I Give Up!!! 0 0%
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Old 11-02-2007, 02:45 PM
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The manufacturers we recommend in the User's Guide have always used Oxford chipsets. When in doubt, ask the manufacturer (and don't let them get away with "Oxford" when they really mean "Oxford Compatible").
I use a varity of internal drives, WD, Hitachi, and Seagate in enclosures with the Oxford Chips. I try for enclosures with internal fans, though small, does move some air out. If they get too warm I have a small fan blowing on the enclosure. I think I got most of my enclosures from OWC.
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