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    Having an external hard drive at hand is an ideal way to not only store and transfer files but also back up a PC.
    Having the latter handled by online cloud services is all well and good, but should you lose connectivity, or the service goes down temporarily, you will not have immediate access to your files. When it comes to external drives, it's also possible to not only purchase one pre-built, but you can also make one yourself.
    We'll show you how to save some pennies by putting together your own external hard drive, using an old laptop drive.

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    11-17-2017 02:20 PM

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