Tips on changing them - what's the easiest way, how to make your fans quiet, etc?
I have changed my thompson hd box drive a year ago for a 1tb, no problem, although latley it has started to play up, lock out and stop recording, found if you keep it above 40% it's stable most of the time. i have seen a WD green 2tb. can anyone tell me if i can copy and replace it. i wasn't sure if you can duplicate a drive which has already been copied.
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Thomson boxes support only 1TB maximum. Only Amstrad boxes support up to 2TB.
Read the Darwin FAQ forum post before attempting a copy. Copy+ is not currently compatible with the Darwin EPG release.
Other than that, nothing to stop you copying a disk as many times as you like.
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