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Topic # 122099 24-Jun-2013 19:56
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I am looking for an IDE notebook harddrive.

60GB + preferred
Will consider any brand on offer but WD, Seagate, Samsung are preferred.


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  Reply # 843581 24-Jun-2013 19:56
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 843637 24-Jun-2013 21:21
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I have an 80GB one here




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  Reply # 849463 5-Jul-2013 06:38
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danielfaulknor: I have an 80GB one here
How much?

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  Reply # 864180 23-Jul-2013 11:39
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Still looking?



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  Reply # 864556 23-Jul-2013 18:58
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Yes I am..

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  Reply # 869523 31-Jul-2013 19:30
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it's a Seagate Momentus 40GB.



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  Reply # 869556 31-Jul-2013 20:36
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I have found one in the meantime

Thank you

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