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 Post Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:56 pm 
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Hi one and all,

My iTunes library has now exceeded 2TB, so unfortunately my little HD is no longer able to do what I need it to do!

As per the title, it's 2TB. I gets used once a week, sometimes once a fortnight by Carbon Copy Cloner to clone my iTunes Library. Apart from the initial clone, it's never connected for more than about 15 minutes. Thusly, it has had a very easy life.

I've attached screen grabs of the HD in Disk Utility: there are no errors, I just used 'First Aid' so that you could see that it reports no errors. It's also USB 3.0 so very speedy for a little drive.

No pictures at the moment, but it's red and I have the original box too. It looks like it's never been used, always stored in a case, in a drawer at work, bought home purely to run backups.

I'm looking for £55 but that will include 1st class recorded P+P. I'll add some pictures when I've got the box down from the loft.


NB: I've not been into the loft to get the box still but took a couple of photo's with my phone this evening:






 iMac 21.5", 2.7GHz i5, 1TB Fusion Drive, 16GB RAM, 10.13
 iPod Shuffle 2nd Gen (Product) 1GB
 iPhone 6s, Space Grey, iOS11, 64GB
 Apple TV 4, 32GB
 Apple TV 3
 Watch Nike Edition, 42MM
Raspberry Pi 3b/Retropie 4.1

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