Question about Iomega 1TB Desktop USB 2.0 Hard Drive
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Posted on May 19, 2009
It depends on how it is connected to the computer. A drive connected through an eSATA port should be able to format 1TB in just 1 - 2 hours depending on how loaded the system is (background processes/services, other use while it is formatting, etc). If it is connected via USB2.0, you are looking at approximately 6.3 times longer or up to 13 hours.
If you could reach and constantly maintain the theoretical maximum throughput on eSATA, it would only take about 45 minutes.
Posted on May 30, 2009
Most of the Iomega drive adapters do but not all. There's no information on Iomega's site regarding the voltage but if you look carefully at the fine print on the adapter, it should have a Input Voltage Range listing, normally 100-240, if this is the case then as long as you have a cord that fits from the wall to the adapter the adapter will adjust itself to voltage within this range. If you have one of the few that staes only 90-120V for range then the answer is no, but Targus sells a universal adapter for laptops that comes with an appropriate tip for your drive that does support 90-240V.
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Posted on Aug 09, 2009
It depends on how you formatted the the drive.
If it was formatted FAT it will work on both Mac and PC.
If you formatted to HFS+ (the native mac format) then it will only work on a mac.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
If it's clicking then more than likely the heads have crashed. It's very expensive to fix...usually 1,500-2,700.
Hopefully you didn't have anything SUPER important on the drive. I usually recover them for 700 but I'm independent so that's why my prices are much lower.
You should still be able to return the drive to Iomega for a replacement (RMA).
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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