I saw this last year and at the time (if I remember correctly) it was for the
PC hard drives (?)


"M. Lazarus" wrote:

>   I'm not sure if the flaky /400 disks were this model, but either way it
> can be useful info.
>   -mark
> ------------------------------------------------------
> IBM Hard Drive Class Action Lawsuit
> http://www.sheller.com/ibmclassaction.htm
> Have you purchased an IBM 75GXP series hard drive in the last year or so?
> Did it happen to fail on you? You're not alone. In fact, you are so not
> alone that a class action lawsuit has been filed that takes exception with
> the "reliability" claims that IBM has made with regard to the disks. Class
> action suits usually end up making the lawyers wealthy and provide squat
> for those represented, but at least it's something. May as well get your
> name on the list if you've been bitten.
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