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Who supplies solid state "hard disk drives" for IBM compatible PC's.
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Try browsing the internet. I'm sure you will get what you want.
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by:xasra
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If I wan't a comedian to answer me, I wouldn't have bothered with experts_exchange.

Is this your idea of a genuine answer (plastic_74) .

Your answer reminds me of my trainee programming days back in 1976.  Any question raised always got the response "it's in the manual" even if wasn't.
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jonfh earned 50 total points
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I am not sure where you are( I am answering this from australia) but
quantum (best know for it's standard hdd's) carry a product series called
Rushmore. They have capacities ranging from 134 to 950MB.
There are more manufacturers about but since I do not know where you
are located this seems to be the safest bet.
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