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WD My Passport 2TB Portable Hard Drive - Black
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Log into support WDC.com and enter your Serial Number and that will give you the expiry date of the warranty.
5 days ago by PeterH
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I can't say for certain, but it is a standard usb connection
5 days ago by MR A SYSON
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You need to go into WD Security and set up the password ( I use mine on a Mac as a backup and it never leaves the office so I never bother with this.) however if you do this "do not forget your password" EVER! As it will bring up a disclaimer stating if you do you will lose your data, there is no repeat No password retrieval available! So stick it in "Keeper" or somewhere safe just in case, I use "Keeper" for all my secure data, passwords, logins etc, inexpensive and very secure! Hope this helps. Regards
6 Jun 2014 by Scorpio
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Yes,this was the reason I bought mine.
19 Nov 2013 by H47
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I have the 1TB version. It comes formatted for Windows but my 2011 iMac recognised it immediately, offered to reformat it and did so within a minute. It's been purring away as a TimeMachine ever since with no problems at all...
9 Dec 2013 by NM
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I don't know for sure but either way it doesn't matter. The USB connection will be a 'bottleneck' - meaning that this limits the data speed - so the difference between 5400 rpm and 7200 rpm won't be noticeable in actual downloading/uploading speeds. For that reason the manufacturer probably went for 5400 rpm as it's cheaper to implement.
27 Jun 2014 by Tim Joris
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