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12 reviews | 3.8 out of 5
This is a full 3.5" 3TB internal SATA HDD with a full 3 year Warranty back to Toshiba. Not many manufacturers have this drive at this price with that long of a warranty. Cheaper than the competition (MC, F and NE) and a NEW item, not a refurb that TG might have in stock. Retail BOX item, not OEM or Bulk drive! Highly recommended buy!
I think they made a typing error for the ad, a 3.5" drive would not and will not fit a laptop. a 2.5" drive will. 3.5" drive are the standard for Desktop PC's.
Drive is well packaged. Has 3 year warranty. Windows 32bit ,only recognizes 2.7GB.
Good price, so far so good. Good reviews on-line which is why I purchased.
This hard drive was easy to install and is working great so far - fast and quiet with plenty of storage room.
It took me a long time to decide buy a hard drive that exceeded 2T. The barriers were the high price and questionable reliability of hard drives larger than 2T. Walmart's reasonable price and my good experience with 2 portable Toshiba hard drives enabled me to take the chance with this drive. The drive has proved satisfactory: good price, runs fast and cool, and has presented no problems. It has a 3 year warranty, which is a year longer than most such drives and replacement drives are new rather than refurbished. As for reliability, only time will tell.
Arrived completely dead from the factory. The drive would not spin at all and only realized after hours of troubleshooting. It was seen in the bios but could not get it to respond at all before I realized it didn't sound nor feel like it was spinning. Ended up returning and buying a Western Digital for $35 more, which installed perfectly right away.
This HD was prominently labeled as a 3TB capacity drive, yet when installed as a storage drive it's properties state the capacity as 1.9 TB. How did 1+ TB disappear just by plugging it in without any files for the operating system or programs that are on a smaller SSD?
this hard drive works good. i ain't no tech savy person but even i know you have to format a hard drive befeore windows explorer will see it. when you boot up check your bios to make sure it's there, then check device manger to make sure it's there. you can download a free format program easily.
I am quite happy with this hard drive, partitioned it off to hold backups!
I could not get it to format to more than 746 Gb, and I found lots of help requests online about this problem. None of the fixes worked for me. About four hours wasted on this. Returned it. This may be due to my Windows Vista machine, but this drive is supposed to work with Vista. I suggest you carefully research this for older machines. Thank you, Walmart, for taking it back.
This drive is not seen when I connect to my computer it is ghost, worthless.