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Hard drive and power cord

I need a hard drive and power adapter cord. could you recommend some sites. peace winman

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Re: hard drive and power cord

If you are in USA, I recommend "New Egg" they are great and I am sure ya will get those items there. Or go straight to NEC, and see where they have distributer in your area.

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