• Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
  • Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
  • Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
  • Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
  • Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
  • Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx
Wd Blue 750 Gb  Mobile Hard Disk Drive   5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S  9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch    Wd7500 Bpvx

Wd Blue 750 Gb Mobile Hard Disk Drive 5400 Rpm Sata 6 Gb/S 9.5 Mm 2.5 Inch Wd7500 Bpvx

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Amazon description specifically says: 2-year manufacturer limited warranty. ... Amazon description specifically says: 2-year manufacturer limited warranty.I received this drive today. Before installing this drive, I attempted to register this drive at WDC.COM for warranty coverage. WD site stated that this drive was on OEM product. Returned product to Amazon today.From WDC FAQ:1. Retail hard drives (Example: WD1200JBRTL) are sold in a retail package and may include the accessories below: Quick Installation Guide Acronis Installation Software (must be downloaded)2. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) hard drives (Example: WD1200JB) are sold to OEM Computer manufacturers or Distributors in bulk packaging (bare drive only). OEM drives are sold without accessories or installation software. OEM drives may not contain a warranty from Western Digital. When Western Digital sells hard drives to OEM computer manufacturers such as Dell, Compaq, Apple, etc, we sell these drives without warranty. The OEM computer manufacturer would include the hard drive under the warranty of the computer system that the hard drive was installed into. For more information about hard drive warranties, please see our Warranty Policy.If you want a warranty, do not order this drive.. 1Great hard drive I ve never ever changed a hard drive or done anything of that sort, but I have a mid 2010 13-inch white Macbook that s given me no problems at all except for the normal battery replacement. Obviously its a little old so its bound to get slow. And mine was.. insanely slow. Even after deleting most of my files, it was too slow. I looked into it and decided to buy a new hard drive. I did a little research and opted for this one. I wasnt 100% positive it would work for my computer, but luckily it did. I think as long as it was a 2.5 SATA it should be fine. Installing it was very easy, you just need the right screwdrivers (Phillips and torx T6). I struggled to install new software on it, tried many different ways but most of them didnt work. In the end I just bought a USB and created a bootable macOS installer and that did the trick. I now have a perfectly good laptop, as good as new, much much faster than it used to be and with much more space (original hard drive had only 250gb). Very happy with the outcome and if you have the same computer, I recommend this hard drive. 5Received 1 TB when supposed to be 2 TB I ordered a 2 TB 2.5" HDD to upgrade an older 1 TB HDD. Instead, I received a 1 TB drive. I would chalk this up to a simple mistake but there appears to be a deeper issue.When I look at the product page it says at the top:You purchased this item on November 6, 2018.Capacity: 2TB | Style: 2.5" Mobile Drive HDD - 5400 RPM Class | View this orderWhen I click view this order, it says:WD Blue 1TB PC Hard Drive - 5400 RPM Class, SATA 6 Gb/s, 128 MB Cache, 2.5" - WD20SPZXSold by: Hard Drive GeeksReturn eligible through Jan 31, 2019$77.99Condition: NewThe product page shows the 2 TB at 77.99, but the order only shows 1 TB. Be careful if you order the 2 TB 2.5" version, as this may happen to you.Will update if I hear back from seller. 1Works for PS4, just not perfect. I ordered this for my PS4 slim since 500gb wasn t enough, and it worked great for a week. As soon as I set it up in the PS4, I was able to download over 1.5tb worth of games into and still had plenty left over. Less than 1 week in, I started hearing what sounds like a grinding noise, after some research, it was apparently the sound of the drive head reading/writing data. It wasn t that loud at first, couldn t hear it if I had game sound playing. But then the next week, I could hear it over the game sound and it really got irritating. So I sent it back to get a replacement thinking I had just got a defective drive. But wait, there s more. After I got the new drive, I installed the same way, worked fine. I thought maybe I downloaded too many games too fast and it too much last time, so I would only download 1 game a day. Worked for a little bit. But immediately after the return period ended, the grinding noise came back with full force. If you re looking for long term reliability, try out Seagate s Barracuda drives, they might be better. I wouldn t know though since I m stuck with listening to grinding when I play my games now. 3Great drive, long needed upgrade for laptop. I bought the 2.5" 2TB bare drive to replace the 500GB drive in my Dell Inspiron 15. Despite some negative reviews I ordered this anyway. It came a day earlier than expected and was packed in a sealed antistatic bag in a box wrapped with bubble protector and shipped in a padded packing envelope. Good care in shipping. A sticker on the outside of the antistatic bag read "2 yr warranty by Hard Drive Geeks." So if the drive does fail I won't be calling WD but contacting the Geeks. As far as hard drives go, they are all a gamble. Over the years I've had hard drives fail, but WD ones seemed to be the best, so I prefer them to Seagate. .I put the bare drive into my USB drive dock and connected the USB to my laptop. I then used the free Hard Drive clone utility Macrium Reflect I downloaded from CNET Downloads. This is on a Windows 10 x64 system. All I did was choose the current hard drive, click Clone and then click the new HD in my dock as the destination. The software ran flawlessly and copied my whole drive in about 5 1/2 hrs. Then I shut the laptop down, unplugged it, took out the old drive and put the new 2TB drive in. Works perfectly, and I will then use the Windows resizing utility on the remaining space for storage. If you don't know how to remove or install a hard drive just put in your computer model and type hard drive installation on youtube, there are a ton of videos. Overall I am very happy with this product. If the drive starts acting up I will update the review. In the meantime I have put the original hard drive in a protective case for storage in case I ever need to put it back in for an emergency. 5It's working good in fact I had this HD setup as 2nd drive on my laptop. I was using if for backup so speed isn't critical, but this HD wasn't slow. It's working good in fact, hence the four stars. I had to return it however because I just couldn't deal with the clicking noises. It was very distracting for me. I think I am just used to SSD. It's been a while since I have a physical HD on my laptop so I am not sure if the noises are louder than normal. I guess I thought I would be ok with it but in the end, I just had to swap this for a much smaller capacity but an SSD for a backup. 4This is a OEM drive and WD will not honor the warranty. This drive sold by hard drive geeks is not a new in box hard drive. It is a "pulled" OEM drive. The listing states that WD will cover the 2 year warranty, but after looking up the serial number on WD's website, it has no Warranty because it is an OEM drive. Just a FYI. 1looks like my "new" drive is "Out of Region" which means ... Drive is not newReceived the "New" drive today. Didn't have the usual "Blue" label on the drive and since I was purchasing a new 500GB Blue drive I started to wonder. Had the Black Drive label but didn't say Black. Next, looked at both the date on the label...mine says 24 October 2017. Hmmm not to old for a new hard drive...lol. Next I decided I'd check the warranty on this "new" drive.Interesting...looks like my "new" drive is "Out of Region" which means I'm checking the warranty in the US but this drive was originally sent to a different country and sold there...whereever there is. It also does not have any warranty status. Not that the warranty is expired but that there is no warranty information on this drive because it is Out of Region per WD's website. Last thing I checked for was is there any wear on the gold pins where the SATA and power connections plug into the drive. Guess what folks...yes indeed there are wear marks. Oh, did I mention the drive was resealed in a static bag and not the original that it usually comes in?So in the end...This drive is being sold to us as NEW and this drive has been sold to and used somewhere in this world besides the US before being resold to us, AND they are charging $40+ for a used drive. No way guys.Side note, I own and run a computer repair and business network services company in Rohnert Park, CA. I know what I'm looking at when as it relates to this drive. ...disappointed to say the least. 1Way below average consistency! If lucky you'll get a fast one if not then get ready for snail speed! Below average consistency (According to a very popular user benchmark website)The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the WD Blue 1TB average is 57.4% (the fastest mechanical drives being 100%). This is a relatively wide range which indicates that the WD Blue 1TB performs inconsistently under varying real world conditions.I've had good experiences with WD drives in the past, never have I had one fail on me to date, ever. That said, I do handle my tech with care. This led me to purchase 2 of these drives; both are running firmware ver. 01.01A01. They both look exactly the same and the manufacturers dates are only a few months apart. Trouble is one of them is waaaaay out performing the other one. Seq. read/write on the good one easily hits 120 mb/s (give or take 2 or 3 mb) on every benchmark, the other one I'm lucky if benchmark read/writes hit high 80 mb/s. At first I was troubled by the inconsistency and did everything I could think of to remedy it, new drivers, checked for new firmware, playing with AHCI/RAID etc settings in the bios, messing around with the write cache settings in device manager all to no avail. Come to find out this is typical of the WD Blue drives. So what I'm getting at here folks is, if you're not a lucky person then you'll likely be singing the blues if you buy this drive, pun intended. If you do decide to pull the trigger all I have to say is....GOOD LUCK! 2Western Digital has gone down hill - bad, very bad hardware design These latest drives have a thin piece of aluminum foil on top, protecting the drive mechanism from the outside work. 45 days after installing 4 of these in a RAID, they all failed. Western Digital considers all drives bought through Amazon as OEM, so they will not warrantee them. Amazon only has a 30 day return policy, so 4 drives go in the trash. I used to work at Western Digital, and their quality and design has gone way down hill. Hard drives are fragile, but not so fragil and a slight bump will destroy the workings of the drive. There is no protection and a soft case is no way to built a drive. These are junk. 1
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Amazon description specifically says: 2-year manufacturer limited warranty. ... Amazon description specifically says: 2-year manufacturer limited warranty.I received this drive today. Before installing this drive, I attempted to register this drive at WDC.COM for warranty coverage. WD site stated that this drive was on OEM product. Returned product to Amazon today.From WDC FAQ:1. Retail hard drives (Example: WD1200JBRTL) are sold in a retail package and may include the accessories below: Quick Installation Guide Acronis Installation Software (must be downloaded)2. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) hard drives (Example: WD1200JB) are sold to OEM Computer manufacturers or Distributors in bulk packaging (bare drive only). OEM drives are sold without accessories or installation software. OEM drives may not contain a warranty from Western Digital. When Western Digital sells hard drives to OEM computer manufacturers such as Dell, Compaq, Apple, etc, we sell these drives without warranty. The OEM computer manufacturer would include the hard drive under the warranty of the computer system that the hard drive was installed into. For more information about hard drive warranties, please see our Warranty Policy.If you want a warranty, do not order this drive.. 1Great hard drive I ve never ever changed a hard drive or done anything of that sort, but I have a mid 2010 13-inch white Macbook that s given me no problems at all except for the normal battery replacement. Obviously its a little old so its bound to get slow. And mine was.. insanely slow. Even after deleting most of my files, it was too slow. I looked into it and decided to buy a new hard drive. I did a little research and opted for this one. I wasnt 100% positive it would work for my computer, but luckily it did. I think as long as it was a 2.5 SATA it should be fine. Installing it was very easy, you just need the right screwdrivers (Phillips and torx T6). I struggled to install new software on it, tried many different ways but most of them didnt work. In the end I just bought a USB and created a bootable macOS installer and that did the trick. I now have a perfectly good laptop, as good as new, much much faster than it used to be and with much more space (original hard drive had only 250gb). Very happy with the outcome and if you have the same computer, I recommend this hard drive. 5Received 1 TB when supposed to be 2 TB I ordered a 2 TB 2.5" HDD to upgrade an older 1 TB HDD. Instead, I received a 1 TB drive. I would chalk this up to a simple mistake but there appears to be a deeper issue.When I look at the product page it says at the top:You purchased this item on November 6, 2018.Capacity: 2TB | Style: 2.5" Mobile Drive HDD - 5400 RPM Class | View this orderWhen I click view this order, it says:WD Blue 1TB PC Hard Drive - 5400 RPM Class, SATA 6 Gb/s, 128 MB Cache, 2.5" - WD20SPZXSold by: Hard Drive GeeksReturn eligible through Jan 31, 2019$77.99Condition: NewThe product page shows the 2 TB at 77.99, but the order only shows 1 TB. Be careful if you order the 2 TB 2.5" version, as this may happen to you.Will update if I hear back from seller. 1Works for PS4, just not perfect. I ordered this for my PS4 slim since 500gb wasn t enough, and it worked great for a week. As soon as I set it up in the PS4, I was able to download over 1.5tb worth of games into and still had plenty left over. Less than 1 week in, I started hearing what sounds like a grinding noise, after some research, it was apparently the sound of the drive head reading/writing data. It wasn t that loud at first, couldn t hear it if I had game sound playing. But then the next week, I could hear it over the game sound and it really got irritating. So I sent it back to get a replacement thinking I had just got a defective drive. But wait, there s more. After I got the new drive, I installed the same way, worked fine. I thought maybe I downloaded too many games too fast and it too much last time, so I would only download 1 game a day. Worked for a little bit. But immediately after the return period ended, the grinding noise came back with full force. If you re looking for long term reliability, try out Seagate s Barracuda drives, they might be better. I wouldn t know though since I m stuck with listening to grinding when I play my games now. 3Great drive, long needed upgrade for laptop. I bought the 2.5" 2TB bare drive to replace the 500GB drive in my Dell Inspiron 15. Despite some negative reviews I ordered this anyway. It came a day earlier than expected and was packed in a sealed antistatic bag in a box wrapped with bubble protector and shipped in a padded packing envelope. Good care in shipping. A sticker on the outside of the antistatic bag read "2 yr warranty by Hard Drive Geeks." So if the drive does fail I won't be calling WD but contacting the Geeks. As far as hard drives go, they are all a gamble. Over the years I've had hard drives fail, but WD ones seemed to be the best, so I prefer them to Seagate. .I put the bare drive into my USB drive dock and connected the USB to my laptop. I then used the free Hard Drive clone utility Macrium Reflect I downloaded from CNET Downloads. This is on a Windows 10 x64 system. All I did was choose the current hard drive, click Clone and then click the new HD in my dock as the destination. The software ran flawlessly and copied my whole drive in about 5 1/2 hrs. Then I shut the laptop down, unplugged it, took out the old drive and put the new 2TB drive in. Works perfectly, and I will then use the Windows resizing utility on the remaining space for storage. If you don't know how to remove or install a hard drive just put in your computer model and type hard drive installation on youtube, there are a ton of videos. Overall I am very happy with this product. If the drive starts acting up I will update the review. In the meantime I have put the original hard drive in a protective case for storage in case I ever need to put it back in for an emergency. 5It's working good in fact I had this HD setup as 2nd drive on my laptop. I was using if for backup so speed isn't critical, but this HD wasn't slow. It's working good in fact, hence the four stars. I had to return it however because I just couldn't deal with the clicking noises. It was very distracting for me. I think I am just used to SSD. It's been a while since I have a physical HD on my laptop so I am not sure if the noises are louder than normal. I guess I thought I would be ok with it but in the end, I just had to swap this for a much smaller capacity but an SSD for a backup. 4This is a OEM drive and WD will not honor the warranty. This drive sold by hard drive geeks is not a new in box hard drive. It is a "pulled" OEM drive. The listing states that WD will cover the 2 year warranty, but after looking up the serial number on WD's website, it has no Warranty because it is an OEM drive. Just a FYI. 1looks like my "new" drive is "Out of Region" which means ... Drive is not newReceived the "New" drive today. Didn't have the usual "Blue" label on the drive and since I was purchasing a new 500GB Blue drive I started to wonder. Had the Black Drive label but didn't say Black. Next, looked at both the date on the label...mine says 24 October 2017. Hmmm not to old for a new hard drive...lol. Next I decided I'd check the warranty on this "new" drive.Interesting...looks like my "new" drive is "Out of Region" which means I'm checking the warranty in the US but this drive was originally sent to a different country and sold there...whereever there is. It also does not have any warranty status. Not that the warranty is expired but that there is no warranty information on this drive because it is Out of Region per WD's website. Last thing I checked for was is there any wear on the gold pins where the SATA and power connections plug into the drive. Guess what folks...yes indeed there are wear marks. Oh, did I mention the drive was resealed in a static bag and not the original that it usually comes in?So in the end...This drive is being sold to us as NEW and this drive has been sold to and used somewhere in this world besides the US before being resold to us, AND they are charging $40+ for a used drive. No way guys.Side note, I own and run a computer repair and business network services company in Rohnert Park, CA. I know what I'm looking at when as it relates to this drive. ...disappointed to say the least. 1Way below average consistency! If lucky you'll get a fast one if not then get ready for snail speed! Below average consistency (According to a very popular user benchmark website)The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the WD Blue 1TB average is 57.4% (the fastest mechanical drives being 100%). This is a relatively wide range which indicates that the WD Blue 1TB performs inconsistently under varying real world conditions.I've had good experiences with WD drives in the past, never have I had one fail on me to date, ever. That said, I do handle my tech with care. This led me to purchase 2 of these drives; both are running firmware ver. 01.01A01. They both look exactly the same and the manufacturers dates are only a few months apart. Trouble is one of them is waaaaay out performing the other one. Seq. read/write on the good one easily hits 120 mb/s (give or take 2 or 3 mb) on every benchmark, the other one I'm lucky if benchmark read/writes hit high 80 mb/s. At first I was troubled by the inconsistency and did everything I could think of to remedy it, new drivers, checked for new firmware, playing with AHCI/RAID etc settings in the bios, messing around with the write cache settings in device manager all to no avail. Come to find out this is typical of the WD Blue drives. So what I'm getting at here folks is, if you're not a lucky person then you'll likely be singing the blues if you buy this drive, pun intended. If you do decide to pull the trigger all I have to say is....GOOD LUCK! 2Western Digital has gone down hill - bad, very bad hardware design These latest drives have a thin piece of aluminum foil on top, protecting the drive mechanism from the outside work. 45 days after installing 4 of these in a RAID, they all failed. Western Digital considers all drives bought through Amazon as OEM, so they will not warrantee them. Amazon only has a 30 day return policy, so 4 drives go in the trash. I used to work at Western Digital, and their quality and design has gone way down hill. Hard drives are fragile, but not so fragil and a slight bump will destroy the workings of the drive. There is no protection and a soft case is no way to built a drive. These are junk. 1
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