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All issues related to hard drives, and disk storage.

 
Guides for selecting the correct interface type.
 

The most common cause of item return / exchange from our customers is confusion as to which SCSI interface is needed for a particular model of server or workstation. guides help you determine which type you need.

 
Hard Drive Refurbishing Process
 

DiscounTechnology Hard Drive Refurbishing Procedure.

 
2.5" mobile hard drive ordering list
 
Send to customers who inquire about purchasing 2.5" mobile hard drives.
 
Fanless case design for neTegriti DVR upgrades...
 
Fanless aluminium case design is better and quieter than polycarbonated models with fans.
 
IBM 3rd / Third Party Kit Explained
 
This article explains what our IBM 3rd / third party kits consist of, and how they differ from IBM original drives.
 
IBM Server Raid Manager alert "Vendor Unsupported"
 
Work around for the IBM Server Raid Manager alert for vendor unsupported hard drives.
 
Macbook Pro compatibility with G-Force
 
Compatibility of drives designed with g-force technology and laptops that already provide motion sensor functionality.
 
RoHS Directive - Restriction of Hazardous Substances
 
Some products say that they are RoHS compliant. What is RoHS?
The RoHS Directive stands for "the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment". This Directive will ban the placing on the EU market of new electrical and electronic equipment containing more than agreed levels of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants from 1 July 2006.
 
SAS - Serial Attached SCSI Hard Drive Overview
 

There's a new hard drive interface / format in town. It's called Serial Attached SCSI (typically abbreviated to SAS). It shares the same connector type as SATA hard drives, but uses the build quality of SCSI hard drives to acheive the performance and reliability we've come to expect from enterprise class disk drives.

 
SCSI ID Jumper Block Settings
 

This article explains the basics of setting SCSI IDs using the pairs of SCSI ID pins located on devices like 68pin SCSI Hard Drives and 80pin to 68pin adapters.

 
What is an OEM product? What does OEM mean? Why buy OEM?
 

DiscTech sells many products in their OEM version. This article discusses the benefits and implications of OEM products.

 
White Label Drive Information
 
Third Party White Label Refurbished Hard Drives Explained and Defined
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