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sky+ HD upgrade followup

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by raigraphixs, Oct 17, 2003.

  1. raigraphixs

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    Hi,

    Just want to say i put a new 120g HD in last night. Boy did I struggle to get the IDE cable out of the 40gig. But it all went sweet. Left it on all night, and it was just warm.

    On the top of the box where the cricles are embossed, would of made sense for sky to put holes in, to allow more ventilation?, or is that a bad ideai incase of dust.

    Has anyone recorded past the 40g mark, just to make sure sky+ will record past this mark?.

    So wanna say thanks for all your help for anwering my questions earlier on.

    Love sky+, the whole thing is fast and smooth. Shame the box is not finished in silver, instead of off-white creamy.





    thanks


    rai
     
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    Well get a can of silver paint and some masking tape and silver it.
     
  3. raigraphixs

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