Sell us your Old Hard Drives

Why recycle your old computer equipment when you can sell it? http://tinyurl.com/yf4y33z

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10 Responses to Sell us your Old Hard Drives

  1. Jerrod Kuhn says:

    Hello
    I have 10 HDD’s with storage between 120GB and 160GB. They are from multiple suppliers, but primarily Hitachi drives. Would you be interested?

  2. Conner says:

    Hi, I have a 40GB 2.5 HDD that still works. Want to get rid of. Interested?

    • Hello Conner,
      I am not sure if you got a reply on this comment yet or not. If not sorry it took so long.
      We really have no use for a drive that size, we use the non-working drives for parts for data recovery and the rest get sold to an EWaste guy.
      Thanks for looking us up.
      Take care
      Phoenix

  3. Alfonso Lopez says:

    i have a bunch of old laptop and desktop hdd’s some working and some not.. do you buy them all??

  4. jaya s says:

    hello i have a 500 GB western digital harddrive my passport elite i got in 2010 it works but sometimes it doesnt i think there is wiring problem but i have bought new harddrives with more memory so dont need would you buy it for about 50 buks its pretty well workin and probably reusbable??

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  6. Abdul Asrary says:

    I have a box full of used hard dries (about 60) different make and model.

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