• Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE
  • Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE
  • Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE
Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE
Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE
Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE

Western Digital 160 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1600BEVE

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  • WD's ShockGuard technology protects the drive mechanics and platter surfaces from shocks

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Western Digital 320 GB Scorpio Blue IDE 100 ATA 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk 2.5" Hard Drive WD3200BEVEI bought this hard drive about two months ago to replace the 80 Gb HD on my 2005 Dell Inspiron 700m. Installation was piece of cake, using the Sabrent USB-DSC5 Serial ATA or IDE 2.5-/3.5-Inch to USB 2.0 Cable Adapter, check on the review of this item. Speed is incredible. I moved the important data only, I didn't created a Disk Image 'cause I was having trouble with the previous hard drive from all the junk I had installed. So, I installed the programs and drivers from the recovery CD.So far the HD is working like charm, and still have 2/3 of space left there.This is a IDE 100 ATA HD compatible with laptop computers made before 2007, where they start using the SATA HD.The 320 Gb HD is the best for your money, if you calculate the other capacities, 80, 120, 250, etc, this is the best $ to Gb deal. I bought it for $90.98, I've seen it for $89.00 before. 5WD 1600 BEVE 160 GB HDThere seems to be some confusion. Most of the reviews seem to have been written aboutdifferent hard drives. This review is about the: WD1600 BEVE 16GB, 2.5 Notebook Hard Drive.The WD1600BEVE is a Parallel PATA or ParallelATA or EIDE.It has a plug of over 42 pins in two rows.The other common model is a SATA or Serial ATA which has no plug or pins.Its PC board plugs directly into a socket.Don't get the two mixed up, like I did.I purchased this item and installed it in a ULTRA ULT31738 case to be used as an external HDfor my LapTopWhen I plugged it into the laptop. XP could not see it. NADA. NOTHING.I found that it was factory fresh or factory blank.Which is probably why it's so cheap. $64.99.Using, Paragon Partition Manager, (you can use the Disk Management that's in XP)I set the drive letter to 'e', the Volume Label to 'SHOE BOX' then formated it to NTFS.It Works!I now have a 149GB shirt pocket sized external HD. No Clicks or Klacks. You'll haveto hold it up to your ear to hear it run.I plan to buy 3 more, for Xmas presents for my Grand Kids. They will make niceaccessories for Net Books. 4Great DriveI recently installed this drive in an older HP notebook that began life with an 80GB HDD. I thought that when I slipped in a 120GB that I had pushed the limit but then learned I could go to at least a 320GB HDD on nearly any PC so I gave it a try. Not knowing any "best" way to turn up a new drive, I simply installed my basic Win XP OS and then did a recovery from a Ghost image I had just created from my old drive. Went as smooth as silk and the drive is great. Quiet, quick, and plenty of room for my needs. Three year warranty is excellent also. I would recommend this drive for anyone seeking to upgrade the capacity of an older notebook/laptop. There are probably better ways to reinstall an OS and data on a new drive but my way worked perfectly. WD drives continue to serve me very well and I'll continue with them for the foreseeable future. I've incidentally long been a fan of Norton's Ghost and it has saved my bacon several times so I'm a true believer in it's worth. As always, Amazon served me very well in this purchase. Good price and very fast delivery (free also). 5More expensive than it should be, but much cheaper than buying a new laptop!I bought the 80 GB version (WD800BEVE) earlier this year but it seems Amazon is phasing that one out. Some older laptops actually limit how large the storage device can be, so even though on a per-gig basis you would do best to spring for the larger drives (250/320), you may realistically be stuck with something closer to 120. My point about price is that this older PATA (= Parallel ATA, a.k.a. IDE) standard, having been relatively obsoleted by SATA drives, has found its market drastically reduced and thus the cost savings is just not there. You could buy the same size (and even faster) SATA drive for probably two-thirds the price. SATA cables are also cheaper. Still, throwing out the laptop itself is hardly a better solution!So for the replacement hard drive in question, fifty-five bucks to bring an otherwise still functional Dell Inspiron 1100 laptop back to life was a good deal. This Western Digital has been in and running as the main drive for three months with no issues. It is quiet and big(ger at least than the old 30 GB drive). My Inspiron has a tendency to run hot--designing it with the fan on the bottom was not a stroke of genius--and that very well may have led to the original drive's demise. So I use a fan utility (see Comments below for link) to manage it and or at least see what is going on. Cleaning out the laptop's dusty innards from time to time is also a good idea.As others have noted, this will arrive as a bare drive (i.e., not formatted or partitioned), so just be prepared to start from scratch. That is obviously no problem at all if you are replacing a dead disk, as you will be reinstalling Windows anyway. (A bonus is thus *not* bloating down your computer as when it comes pre-packaged from Dell, Gateway, etc.) I was not moving programs or files over from a working (but presumably full) drive, however there are software packages to do just that.The one VERY HELPFUL piece of advice I will mention is to look for the pin adapter which this line of laptops uses, and make sure you take it off the drive you are replacing and use it for the new one. Knowing to expect this may save you a heart attack when you think the new drive doesn't fit!In summary, if you need to replace a 2.5" hard drive on an older laptop, your choices are limited, and WD seems to make the bulk of what will fit. Newegg carries much the same choices. Get the biggest that your laptop (specifically, your BIOS) will tolerate, and keep on truckin'! 4Works fine in one laptop, crashes another.I have a sort of mixed review here.I originally purchased this for my Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop. I installed XP just fine, all updates, drivers, programs, etc. However, when I shut the laptop to hibernate it, the entire laptop crashed and would not ever boot up again.I reformatted once more, got all drivers, updates, etc. and yet again when I tried to hibernate it, I got a Blue Screen of Death, and then it would never load up again.I grabbed my old Toshiba Satellite 2410 and swapped out the hard drive. My Dell Inspiron now has a Seagate hard drive in it (80GB also) and I can hibernate with no issue. The Toshiba can also hibernate just fine with this Western Digital drive.I guess there's some compatibility issue between Dells and Western Digital? Anyways, both laptops are now happy, and this WD hard drive has been working just fine for the past several months that I have owned it.So if you have a non Dell laptop, this hard drive should work GREAT for a basic replacement :) 4Dell Inspiron 600MWestern Digital 320 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD3200BEVEIn an effort to save money during rough times, I decided to repair my Dell Inspiron 600m from college days. The Dell hard drive failed and I saw a 320GB for $75. This drive has 4 out of 5 stars because it is an easy install for a newbie (like me). Just make sure you buy PATA/EIDE drive NOT SATA. Based on the other reviews, I just needed to re-use the adaptor from my previous drive to make the connections fit. I eventually returned the drive immediately because of my lack of computer knowledge and I could not move forward. If you not a newbie, you could probably know what to do next but I didn't. I successfully installed windows XP on the hard drive however, it would not boot. The BIOS could not recognize this drive and I was not successful at finding help on the web. I emailed Western Digital Support and they were unable to assist, they provide generic links that did not help me. The Dell website (although it shows it works for Dell 600m) did not provide any support other than it was "compatible." You can go on the Dell website for hard drive upgrades and you can see feedback. I got too gigabyte greedy and returned the 320GB. I have re-ordered 120GB we'll see how it goes. 4This product worked great as expectedOn June 22nd, 2011 I ordered a Western Digital 120 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1200BEVE for my laptop. At the time this was a really reasonable amount of laptop storage at a decent price. Western Digital has a long standing reputation of high quality and reliable HDD's. This product worked great as expected, and outlived the remaining time I owned the laptop. Having had hard disk drive issues and failures I would be quite hesitant to purchase any other brand. Our data is too valuable to trust with a generic.Seller: Amazon LLCCondition: NewPurchase price: $65.71 (Shipped) 5Excellent drive, but must be hotter than the old one.I used this drive (320GB) to replace a 60GB drive (which was full) in a Acer Aspire laptop. I attached this drive to a Vantec SATA/IDE to USB 2.0 Adapter and after a couple of minutes the computer recognized the attached drive. I then used Casper 5.0 to clone the old drive to this one. After about an hour and a half it finished copying. I turned the laptop off, unplugged it, removed the battery, removed the old drive and plugged in the new one, put the battery back in and plugged in the power and voila! I now have the same computer with about 5 times as much disc space. (Remember when 60GB was considered a lot?!) So far the new drive works great and is very quiet. The only problem is that it must run hotter than the old drive because the fan in the laptop now runs constantly. I don't like the extra fan noise, but it is worth it to have the extra space. I just hope it is not doing any damage to the laptop, or that this drive is defective since I haven't read anyone else having this happen. Perhaps I was too greedy and should have gotten the 160GB drive. 5Dell D800/M60 Hard DriveA PATA type (Can't use the newer SATA HD's in the 2003 Dell) and the BIOS would not allow over 128-GB capacity either.The original 60-GB HD had developed 'bad sectors' after experiencing High Altitude (over 12k') and last sector was System32. Nice to have 120-GB on this new one.This was an excellent replacement and a great value. Did have one scare after 'Suspend' (I normally use Hibernate, or Shut-Down) when it resumed with "No HD Found", but next day it booted up and I ran thorough Disk Check with no errors. Had never done a De-Frag and when I checked, it was needed.Amazon's available return policy was great 'peace of mind' for that scare, but glad it was just a 'suspend' issue after my install of WinXP sp3 and all those Programs. 5Quiet with excellent performanceInstallation was trouble free. I have purchased two of these in recent weeks. The first was bought to replace a failed drive from my Dell Inspiron 6000. The second was bought to replace a working drive that was six years old. This upgrade will extend the life of both computers. I am very pleased with their performance. Remember though that this is a bare drive only. No directions or any paperwork included. All I did was set the system to boot from CD in setup, load my windows XP installation cd, select new installation, and follow the prompted instructions. I then loaded all the drivers for my specific computer from Dell support, and my computer was new again. After that I loaded my software. Windows updates take the longest. Hint: download the windows xp service packs required. I had a windows xp sp2 installation cd already. I downloaded sp3 directly from microsoft and burned it to cd ahead of time. I installed it immediately after I installed Windows XP. It saved a couple of hours of setup time and was much easier than downloading all the individual updates with windows update. Then load all your documents, photos, itunes,etc. and remember, back up often. Enjoy. 5
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  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • WD Scorpio Blue drives offer high-performance, low power consumption, and cool operation, perfect for notebooks
  • WD's exclusive WhisperDrive co MBines state-of-the-art seeking algorith ms to yield one of the quietest 2.5-inch hard drives on the market
  • WD's ShockGuard technology protects the drive mechanics and platter surfaces from shocks
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Western Digital 320 GB Scorpio Blue IDE 100 ATA 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk 2.5" Hard Drive WD3200BEVEI bought this hard drive about two months ago to replace the 80 Gb HD on my 2005 Dell Inspiron 700m. Installation was piece of cake, using the Sabrent USB-DSC5 Serial ATA or IDE 2.5-/3.5-Inch to USB 2.0 Cable Adapter, check on the review of this item. Speed is incredible. I moved the important data only, I didn't created a Disk Image 'cause I was having trouble with the previous hard drive from all the junk I had installed. So, I installed the programs and drivers from the recovery CD.So far the HD is working like charm, and still have 2/3 of space left there.This is a IDE 100 ATA HD compatible with laptop computers made before 2007, where they start using the SATA HD.The 320 Gb HD is the best for your money, if you calculate the other capacities, 80, 120, 250, etc, this is the best $ to Gb deal. I bought it for $90.98, I've seen it for $89.00 before. 5WD 1600 BEVE 160 GB HDThere seems to be some confusion. Most of the reviews seem to have been written aboutdifferent hard drives. This review is about the: WD1600 BEVE 16GB, 2.5 Notebook Hard Drive.The WD1600BEVE is a Parallel PATA or ParallelATA or EIDE.It has a plug of over 42 pins in two rows.The other common model is a SATA or Serial ATA which has no plug or pins.Its PC board plugs directly into a socket.Don't get the two mixed up, like I did.I purchased this item and installed it in a ULTRA ULT31738 case to be used as an external HDfor my LapTopWhen I plugged it into the laptop. XP could not see it. NADA. NOTHING.I found that it was factory fresh or factory blank.Which is probably why it's so cheap. $64.99.Using, Paragon Partition Manager, (you can use the Disk Management that's in XP)I set the drive letter to 'e', the Volume Label to 'SHOE BOX' then formated it to NTFS.It Works!I now have a 149GB shirt pocket sized external HD. No Clicks or Klacks. You'll haveto hold it up to your ear to hear it run.I plan to buy 3 more, for Xmas presents for my Grand Kids. They will make niceaccessories for Net Books. 4Great DriveI recently installed this drive in an older HP notebook that began life with an 80GB HDD. I thought that when I slipped in a 120GB that I had pushed the limit but then learned I could go to at least a 320GB HDD on nearly any PC so I gave it a try. Not knowing any "best" way to turn up a new drive, I simply installed my basic Win XP OS and then did a recovery from a Ghost image I had just created from my old drive. Went as smooth as silk and the drive is great. Quiet, quick, and plenty of room for my needs. Three year warranty is excellent also. I would recommend this drive for anyone seeking to upgrade the capacity of an older notebook/laptop. There are probably better ways to reinstall an OS and data on a new drive but my way worked perfectly. WD drives continue to serve me very well and I'll continue with them for the foreseeable future. I've incidentally long been a fan of Norton's Ghost and it has saved my bacon several times so I'm a true believer in it's worth. As always, Amazon served me very well in this purchase. Good price and very fast delivery (free also). 5More expensive than it should be, but much cheaper than buying a new laptop!I bought the 80 GB version (WD800BEVE) earlier this year but it seems Amazon is phasing that one out. Some older laptops actually limit how large the storage device can be, so even though on a per-gig basis you would do best to spring for the larger drives (250/320), you may realistically be stuck with something closer to 120. My point about price is that this older PATA (= Parallel ATA, a.k.a. IDE) standard, having been relatively obsoleted by SATA drives, has found its market drastically reduced and thus the cost savings is just not there. You could buy the same size (and even faster) SATA drive for probably two-thirds the price. SATA cables are also cheaper. Still, throwing out the laptop itself is hardly a better solution!So for the replacement hard drive in question, fifty-five bucks to bring an otherwise still functional Dell Inspiron 1100 laptop back to life was a good deal. This Western Digital has been in and running as the main drive for three months with no issues. It is quiet and big(ger at least than the old 30 GB drive). My Inspiron has a tendency to run hot--designing it with the fan on the bottom was not a stroke of genius--and that very well may have led to the original drive's demise. So I use a fan utility (see Comments below for link) to manage it and or at least see what is going on. Cleaning out the laptop's dusty innards from time to time is also a good idea.As others have noted, this will arrive as a bare drive (i.e., not formatted or partitioned), so just be prepared to start from scratch. That is obviously no problem at all if you are replacing a dead disk, as you will be reinstalling Windows anyway. (A bonus is thus *not* bloating down your computer as when it comes pre-packaged from Dell, Gateway, etc.) I was not moving programs or files over from a working (but presumably full) drive, however there are software packages to do just that.The one VERY HELPFUL piece of advice I will mention is to look for the pin adapter which this line of laptops uses, and make sure you take it off the drive you are replacing and use it for the new one. Knowing to expect this may save you a heart attack when you think the new drive doesn't fit!In summary, if you need to replace a 2.5" hard drive on an older laptop, your choices are limited, and WD seems to make the bulk of what will fit. Newegg carries much the same choices. Get the biggest that your laptop (specifically, your BIOS) will tolerate, and keep on truckin'! 4Works fine in one laptop, crashes another.I have a sort of mixed review here.I originally purchased this for my Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop. I installed XP just fine, all updates, drivers, programs, etc. However, when I shut the laptop to hibernate it, the entire laptop crashed and would not ever boot up again.I reformatted once more, got all drivers, updates, etc. and yet again when I tried to hibernate it, I got a Blue Screen of Death, and then it would never load up again.I grabbed my old Toshiba Satellite 2410 and swapped out the hard drive. My Dell Inspiron now has a Seagate hard drive in it (80GB also) and I can hibernate with no issue. The Toshiba can also hibernate just fine with this Western Digital drive.I guess there's some compatibility issue between Dells and Western Digital? Anyways, both laptops are now happy, and this WD hard drive has been working just fine for the past several months that I have owned it.So if you have a non Dell laptop, this hard drive should work GREAT for a basic replacement :) 4Dell Inspiron 600MWestern Digital 320 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD3200BEVEIn an effort to save money during rough times, I decided to repair my Dell Inspiron 600m from college days. The Dell hard drive failed and I saw a 320GB for $75. This drive has 4 out of 5 stars because it is an easy install for a newbie (like me). Just make sure you buy PATA/EIDE drive NOT SATA. Based on the other reviews, I just needed to re-use the adaptor from my previous drive to make the connections fit. I eventually returned the drive immediately because of my lack of computer knowledge and I could not move forward. If you not a newbie, you could probably know what to do next but I didn't. I successfully installed windows XP on the hard drive however, it would not boot. The BIOS could not recognize this drive and I was not successful at finding help on the web. I emailed Western Digital Support and they were unable to assist, they provide generic links that did not help me. The Dell website (although it shows it works for Dell 600m) did not provide any support other than it was "compatible." You can go on the Dell website for hard drive upgrades and you can see feedback. I got too gigabyte greedy and returned the 320GB. I have re-ordered 120GB we'll see how it goes. 4This product worked great as expectedOn June 22nd, 2011 I ordered a Western Digital 120 GB Scorpio Blue 100 Mb/s 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive - WD1200BEVE for my laptop. At the time this was a really reasonable amount of laptop storage at a decent price. Western Digital has a long standing reputation of high quality and reliable HDD's. This product worked great as expected, and outlived the remaining time I owned the laptop. Having had hard disk drive issues and failures I would be quite hesitant to purchase any other brand. Our data is too valuable to trust with a generic.Seller: Amazon LLCCondition: NewPurchase price: $65.71 (Shipped) 5Excellent drive, but must be hotter than the old one.I used this drive (320GB) to replace a 60GB drive (which was full) in a Acer Aspire laptop. I attached this drive to a Vantec SATA/IDE to USB 2.0 Adapter and after a couple of minutes the computer recognized the attached drive. I then used Casper 5.0 to clone the old drive to this one. After about an hour and a half it finished copying. I turned the laptop off, unplugged it, removed the battery, removed the old drive and plugged in the new one, put the battery back in and plugged in the power and voila! I now have the same computer with about 5 times as much disc space. (Remember when 60GB was considered a lot?!) So far the new drive works great and is very quiet. The only problem is that it must run hotter than the old drive because the fan in the laptop now runs constantly. I don't like the extra fan noise, but it is worth it to have the extra space. I just hope it is not doing any damage to the laptop, or that this drive is defective since I haven't read anyone else having this happen. Perhaps I was too greedy and should have gotten the 160GB drive. 5Dell D800/M60 Hard DriveA PATA type (Can't use the newer SATA HD's in the 2003 Dell) and the BIOS would not allow over 128-GB capacity either.The original 60-GB HD had developed 'bad sectors' after experiencing High Altitude (over 12k') and last sector was System32. Nice to have 120-GB on this new one.This was an excellent replacement and a great value. Did have one scare after 'Suspend' (I normally use Hibernate, or Shut-Down) when it resumed with "No HD Found", but next day it booted up and I ran thorough Disk Check with no errors. Had never done a De-Frag and when I checked, it was needed.Amazon's available return policy was great 'peace of mind' for that scare, but glad it was just a 'suspend' issue after my install of WinXP sp3 and all those Programs. 5Quiet with excellent performanceInstallation was trouble free. I have purchased two of these in recent weeks. The first was bought to replace a failed drive from my Dell Inspiron 6000. The second was bought to replace a working drive that was six years old. This upgrade will extend the life of both computers. I am very pleased with their performance. Remember though that this is a bare drive only. No directions or any paperwork included. All I did was set the system to boot from CD in setup, load my windows XP installation cd, select new installation, and follow the prompted instructions. I then loaded all the drivers for my specific computer from Dell support, and my computer was new again. After that I loaded my software. Windows updates take the longest. Hint: download the windows xp service packs required. I had a windows xp sp2 installation cd already. I downloaded sp3 directly from microsoft and burned it to cd ahead of time. I installed it immediately after I installed Windows XP. It saved a couple of hours of setup time and was much easier than downloading all the individual updates with windows update. Then load all your documents, photos, itunes,etc. and remember, back up often. Enjoy. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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