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Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.B 1TB Serial ATA / SATA 3.0Gbps 3.5 Hard Drive, 7200RPM, 16MB, HDT721010SLA360 / 0A38016, Refurbished

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0029LHVL4
  • Item model number: 0A38016
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

Product Description

The Hitachi 0A38016 is perfect for storing all your files. The fast and quiet drive provides fast and reliable access to all your data.


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Customer Reviews

The info had to be emailed to them to obtain the RMA.
A. Spence
Neither drive would boot; one wouldn't even spin up, and the other has a constant clicking (stuck armature, etc.).
J. HOFFMAN
The drive was loosely shrink wrapped to a piece of cardboard in a small box.
Dave Abdemoulaie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Charles on December 5, 2009
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Unless you receive your drive in a WELL PACKAGED box, you better install and run it immediately upon receipt to insure it won't fail within a few days (potentially due to damage in shipping)!!!

This model drive was installed in a NAS unit when I purchased it, so when I wanted to expand my storage, I naturally ordered the identical models to add (in 3 years time, I never had ANY problems with the ORIGINAL drives in the NAS). The first drive I received from Amazon was DOA and just made the click of death. Of course, I'm not so sure that Amazon's packaging isn't what killed the drive in shipment - the drive was merely placed in a box with an airbag at one side. That's certainly not adequate protection for a hard drive!

Anyway, I immediately returned it (major kudos to Amazon for making this so easy!). I suspect Amazon must have had similar returns from others because THIS particular version of the drive was no longer "available" and a slightly more expensive version was suggested as a replacement (NOTE: This "second" version was in fact identical to the first but with improved packaging!) Still, this more expensive version was reasonably priced compared to elsewhere so I bought it.

I received the second drive with improved albeit still inadequate shipping protection. The drive initially worked fine but quickly died with a SMART failure reporting excessive errors. I received a similar Western Digital drive in this same shipment (although in a separate box and packaged MUCH better). The Western Digital drive has been fine.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. HOFFMAN on November 3, 2009
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I ordered two of the bulk OEM drives and received them today. They were loosely packed together in a much larger box, with the anti-static bags the only shipping protection (and much the worse for wear on arrival). Neither drive would boot; one wouldn't even spin up, and the other has a constant clicking (stuck armature, etc.). I called Amazon customer service and was issued a full-credit RMA immediately, but this could have been avoided with just a little more care and foresight.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dave Abdemoulaie on September 29, 2009
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Drive was dead on arrival. Likely due to Amazon's terrible packing job. The drive was loosely shrink wrapped to a piece of cardboard in a small box. I could hear the hard disk rattling around in the box. There was no peanut/foam packing of any kind.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Brooks VINE VOICE on March 7, 2009
I bought this drive as a replacement for a 160GB Seagate that crapped out on me, yes my Seagate drive mechanically crapped out on me.

The drive is a whole like quieter then the Seagate EVER was. Almost zero clicking and chatter. And you really can't tell the difference between the drive at idle and spinning at full speed, really impressive.

And of course the 1TB worth of storage space. I've only used up 200GB worth of space for the system and all of my junk, so it will definitely be a while before I need to upgrade and add more storage.

At less then $90 how can you go wrong?

Pros:
Price makes it less then $.09 a GB.
Speedy.
Tons of storage space.
Quiet, no clicking or chattering.

Cons:
None.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Spence on October 14, 2009
The drive failed S.M.A.R.T. on first boot and couldn't be returned to the store due to Hitachi's HDD warranty policy. It took 3 days to obtain an RMA because their web site was glitching and would not process the request. The info had to be emailed to them to obtain the RMA. I then had to acquire an "approved" HDD shipping box (their policy for warranty returns) and send the drive back at my own expense (also their policy). I've been waiting for over a month now for the replacement drive and keep getting the run around from their tech support about low inventory and moving to a new facility.

I would stay away from Hitachi hard drives until they fix their horrendous RMA support system.
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I've been working and repairing computers for over ten years. Seen hard drive's go bad before but this one just died. Usually they give some tell tail sign. Then I read up on it and behold, has a history of this.
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