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A device with no moving parts is more resistant to being shaken than a device with moving parts? Wow!
Given the title I was expecting to see another type of vibration production equipment and host of busty maidens, sorry technicians, to demonstrate...
so when does he change his name to ...`
... "Captain Obvious"??
to mention that any hard work will kill the drive as its can only write to each block a limited amount of times...
sorry did I say hard work, when i realy mean Windows obsession with page file will kill it.
I seem to remember that Linux is worse than windows for writing to a page file, hence the guide for ubuntu to cut down on page writes when using the eepc
re: he forgot
I beleve they have solved that problem or at least migated it I rewmber them saying they had incresed the limite up a factor of 100 they must of overwise they would not consider selling the product
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