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40GB (Pull) for RiscPC motherboard IDE interface

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Product Title: 40GB (Pull) for RiscPC motherboard IDE interface
Manufacturer/Publisher: Various
Stock Code: VAR-40GB
QuickCode: 11803
Format: RISC OS Hardware
Product Group: IDE Drives & Drive Accessories
Condition: New
Availability: Usually available from stock

Description:
This drive will need initialising. If you are not confident in the use of the relevant initialising tool for your interface, eg. !HForm, we can supply the drive pre-initialised and with your choice of RISC OS Boot Sequence pre-installed on request for an additional £5.

n.b. All 40GB IDE drives available since about 2005 are unreliable on the Acorn RiscPC or A7000 motherboard interface. The drives we supply have been tested for compatibility.

'Pull' is used to describe a drive fitted by a manufacturer to an item that is 'pulled' out (Normal so a larger drive can be fitted) before the item is put into service. I.e. it will have been fitted previously but is unused.

Price: £96.00 no VAT to pay!
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Last updated: Sat, 18 Nov 2017