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Look guys. I'm looking for a second hand hard disk. 80MB< Preferbbly >180Mb. Any size large than that will do. Look. I'm not looking for a good size. I just need my tight budget to be kept. :)

Please tell me more about the hard disk you can sell me. Pls specify brand/size and model if possible. Pls also specify if there are bad sectors and how big they are. :)

LOOK: I don't wan't to hear any stupid comments about this like the size is too small. I have my reasons for it.

Thanks guys.

PS: Satisfy me and I'll give like 3000 points or maybe 5000. :)
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by:RSluvSC
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how much are you looking to spend? i have a 125 mb HD in GA.
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by:MadHack
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Where is GA? Yup I'll take the 125MB. I'll pay hmmmm.... let me think 1st. :) Where the hell is GA man? hehe.
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Georgia  near Atlanta
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by:MadHack
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Errrr..... How are you going to ship it to me? I think the postal will cost around the same price as a brand new hdd :)
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by:mitrakis
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How about a 125MB HD (Western Digital, 13ms) from germany ?...

Just to let you know =;-)

Regards
-Stavi-
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lmar earned 50 total points
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how about you use newsgroups instead of experts exchange to buy and sell stuff.  Much faster, and you will probably get a response you can use.
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Ahh I'll just forget this.
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