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# 141152 2-Mar-2014 23:50

I'm looking to a add secondary 3.5" HDDs into a couple of Dell Precision workstations that I support.

The units have the facility to mount a second drive of this size, but the plastic caddy is only provided for the (factory-fitted) primary HDD.

I initially thought that these would have been fairly common but I can't see them as spares on the Dell website and although I have come across a couple on eBay, the shipping costs make the proposition somewhat ludicrous.

Does anyone know of somewhere that these could be obtained locally?

A link to the type of unit I'm after is http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-U6436-H7283-G8354-YJ221-N218K-Hard-Drive-HDD-Caddy-/260755929353

Many thanks

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Duct tape?

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  # 997938 3-Mar-2014 08:35
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You have tried calling Dell I take it?

 
 
 
 


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Try some of the computer recyclers.




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  # 998541 4-Mar-2014 03:34

Thank you all for the replies - certainly hadn't thought of the recycling option.

Managed to find some at Computer Recycling.

Appreciate your assistance.

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