View Full Version : 60GB ATA100 7200RPM Harddrive FULL OF MP3's!!!!
10-03-2001, 02:07 AM
Maxtor 60GB Ultra ATA-100 7200RPM hard drive. It has about 2.5 years left on warranty. Roughly 12,500 songs!!! Tons of full albums. A lot of misc & live stuff. A lot of everything really. Mostly Alternative rock, some R&B, oldies, some flashback stuff, a little hip-hop, plenty of stuff you've never heard of. I keep this stuff pretty well organized (not perfect though). If you have any questions or want more specifics about artists...mail me
I'm looking to get $250 + $5 shipping anywhere in US
I also have a 46GB IBM Ultra ATA-100 7200RPM for $215 (MP3's included)
10-04-2001, 09:21 PM
The same drive by IBM (DeskStar) is only 130? how is it so much more here
10-04-2001, 09:35 PM
#1 You are buying an *cough* *cough* unformatted hard drive ;) .... eh hem...
#2 The 60 gig 7200 rpm IBM is only $130? Where? hehe, maybe I haven't been watching the prices close enough!!!
10-05-2001, 07:36 PM
I didn't think anybody would be looking at this ad to merely buy a harddrive. It just so happens that I bought a new larger hard drive and the hard drive I'm selling (oops, I forgot to format it) has roughly 12,500 songs on it (or about 1200 albums worth of music). Don't think it's a shabby deal for an extra $100 on the cost of a hard drive.
I guess I'm pitchin this deal to the wrong crowd.
10-05-2001, 07:51 PM
Well, the thing you have to realize is that the people here (or atleast the frequent vistors) are both very keen on good deals for hardware as well as very internet savvy (i.e. they have probably already downloaded all the files they really want). Maybe you are pitching to the wrong crowd, or you could try negotiating a lower price. :D
10-07-2001, 02:22 AM
you are definitely going for the wrong crowd...i think almost 99% know how to get the mp3s they want...ebay is another question...they will buy it...maybe not that high
10-07-2001, 11:23 AM
Hehe, of course, they'll probably try and arrest you if you sell it on Ebay...
10-07-2001, 11:46 AM
Ill buy it formatted for 110. (Selling those MP3s is illegeal) Not that giving them away is any better, but that is the first major gruff with the anti pirates, if you can call them that. (They normally cant crack down on end users that steal Music Movies Software, but people that profit off of selling / using there forementioned go to a pound me in the ass prison for a long time...
For example, I download Mp3s I have never paid anyone, all I do is listen in my car and house (There are a ton of people like that) the police cant watch everyone (Only Nurv can do that HEHEHE)
Second, I download a ton of MP3s and DJ at the next Rave in LA, then as a bonus I hand out WIndows XP at the door if you paid to get in... THATS WHAT THEY HAMMER.
I dont think you can honestly sell these MP3s morraly or immoraly, as they arent owed by either of us.
Final offer, I have seen the drive for sale for 130 and since you claim to have MP3s on it that informs me it is no longer new as the heads have moved and the platters and been written to decreasing its value.
That is like trying to sell a Car for more than the dealer because you drove it to exotic places :) Dont take this a flame, I am just commenting on the issue at hand
10-07-2001, 03:11 PM
sign!!! lol this is funny. trying to sell a hardrive full of mp3's for $100 extra!!!!! lol :P
10-09-2001, 06:42 PM
Pitching to the wrong crowd is one thing, selling copyrighted material is another.
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