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MO drive 230MB required

Dear Sir / Madam,
I AM LOOKING FOR MAGNETO OPTICAL DRIVE 230MB WITH USB OR SCSI INTERFACE.
PLEASE SUGGEST ME YOUR AVAILABLE MODELS FOR MAGNETO OPTICAL DRIVE 230MB WITH USB OR SCSI INTERFACE AND PRICE QUOTE AS WELL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
MO DRIVE REQUIRED URGENTLY

LOOKING FORWARD FOR YOUR KIND REPLY

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You can get the infomation about cost here:-
http://www.ciao.co.uk/Sony_EDM_230CDF_1_x_230_MB__5615745

and for drivers visit sony web site under support section.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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