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New Quantium Bigfoots
They are fine, usually after you've reformatted them, and have an OS that can find the sectors as they go bad. Unless you are one of the 40% that don't have that problem. I've had a few Quantium Bigfoot drives, I don't have them anymore. My friends used to have them, so did my brother. At the time it was a good buy, but used up that 5 1/4 drive bay. Then, as said, within the first year errors were found. After a reformat, and a few sessions with Scandisk or Diskdoctor or some other disk utility the drives got fixed, for a while anyway. ;)
"I can see if I want anything done right around here, I'll have to do it myself!"Moe Howard
New If you're not using SpinRite... :[
     Quatum's SNAP! Server - (n3jja) - (8)
         Oh, oh, my Linux system is on 4GB Quatum Bigfoot! - (a6l6e6x) - (4)
             Most Bigfoot failures I've seen happened in the first year. - (n3jja) - (3)
                 Review is fine, as is. Bigfoot included. - (a6l6e6x)
                 Quantium Bigfoots - (orion) - (1)
                     If you're not using SpinRite... :[ -NT - (Ashton)
         Any word on Quantum SCSI? - (hnick) - (2)
             No personal experiences. Sorry. -NT - (n3jja)
             Re: Any word on Quantum SCSI? - (pwhysall)

That takes the cake like the cake stole something.
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