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  1. Hi SR I can't find my drive in the DB. It's a Maxtor MaxLine III drive, but the only models in the DB from that family is 7B250S0. My drive model is 7L250S0. I have no idea what the difference is, but since this is a reliability database the difference could be important. Manufacturer: Maxtor Family: MaxLine III Released: ? (Most likely around the same time as the 7B250S0 model) Notes: Bought in october 2005 Model Name (product family): Maxtor MaxLine III 250 GB Model Number: 7L250S0 Capacity: 250 gigabytes URL:http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/maxtor/en_us/documentation/data_sheets/maxline_iii_data_sheet.pdf Interface: SATA Spindle Speed: 7200 rotations per minute Seek: 9 milliseconds Buffer: 16 megabytes Density: 83 gigabytes per platter
  2. Shameless bump. Can you please add this drive family to the DB, so I can add my drive to my list of working drives?
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  4. It appears this drive is already in the DB. I just wasn't looking hard enough. Sorry for the noise.
  5. Manufacturer: Hitachi Family: Deskstar Released: mid 2007 ? Notes: Model Name (product family): P7K500 Model Number: HDP725050GLA360 Capacity: 500 gigabytes URL: http://www.hitachigst.com/portal/site/en/menuitem.e6b513c73a0b7518e8284977eac4f0a0/ Interface: SATA-300 Spindle Speed: 7200 rotations per minute Seek: 8.5 milliseconds Buffer: 16384 kilobytes Density: 250 gigabytes per platter
  6. Manufacturer: Hitachi Family: Deskstar Released: late 2006 ? Notes: Model Name (product family): T7K500 Model Number: HDT725050VLA360 Capacity: 500 gigabytes URL: http://www.hitachigst.com/hdd/support/T7k500/T7k500.htm Interface: SATA-300 Spindle Speed: 7200 rotations per minute Seek: 8.5 milliseconds Buffer: 16384 kilobytes Density: 160 gigabytes per platter