Will the ST3160812A Seagate work in the cube without doing anything other than putting it in...<br><br>Any heat issues?<br><br>Need a HD ASAP<br><br>Is there a better seagates to use? with out doing anything except putting it in...<br><br>
According to Everymac.com:<br><br>Powermac G4 Cube:<br><br>Ultra ATA/66 (ATA-5)<br>Details: *Originally configured with a 30 GB (5400 RPM) hard drive, but it also could be configured with a 40 GB (5400 RPM) or 60 GB (7200 RPM) hard drive. Drives larger than 128 GB are not supported.<br><br>
So does that mean that the HD will not work?<br><br>I need to replace it with a 120GB like I had in it...<br><br>I have a ST3120024A in it now and its making noise when spinning off...love it but seagate said there is no 120GB like it any more...<br><br>They said the one in this post is the one to use..<br><br>
So It looks like I will use it and will at lease get a bit more GB from the 120 now in the cube...<br><br>Will there be a time I will have to change the entire inside to get a HD in it...seems like its happing now with not being able to get a seagate 120 HD any more...<br><br>What will I have to do to keep the Cube running ?<br><br>
Just thinking for a year or so down the road...Need to keep OS 9.9.2 up & running as I have a few things that could not move over to OS 10.4.10....<br><br>I have many newsletters that are in claris works and when moved to apple works it messes them all up...So I have to fix them to be OS 10 workable...also I am still using claris home page 3.0 for my web page and need to more to something cheep (sort of played with NVU) <br><br>I really llike the cube!<br><br>
<br><br>You MUST like the cube a lot. I think it's cool and would like to have one just to say I have one, but they are dinosaurs.<br><br>A few things that could not move over to OSX? Like what?<br><br>Claris Works newsletters...you send these out or something? Can't update to Pages or something else like NeoOffice?<br><br>NVU? Not familiar with that. Why not try iWeb or Shutterbug a try? I can't imagine what your site looks like.<br><br>
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