Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Bigfoot internal drives.Read More
Poorly ventilated system cases can shorten the life of the hard drive
Ambient air temperatures of 95°F (35°C) or greater and poor ventilation from the smaller case designs of Shuttle boxes, LAN party boxes, racks, cabinets, and drawers, can shorten the life of your hard disk.Read More
Can I physically install my drive sideways, upside down or vertically?
All Seagate and Maxtor-brand hard drives can be fitted sideways or upside down. As long as they are not moved during use and get enough cooling, it is irrelevant in which direction they are mounted.Read More
Jumpers are small metallic pins that protrude from the end of a hard disc drive or from its circuit board. Jumpers are used to configure the hard disc drive's options, such as defining master and slave or cable select.Read More
How To Install and Troubleshoot Seagate SCSI Hard Drives
Find out how to install and troubleshoot SCSI hard drives.Read More