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comment External Blu Ray drive or internal + enclosure?
That was my question. One is a black box, the other is a SATA drive in an enclosure that "converts" as it were, SATA to USB. I was wondering if there were going to be driver issues, incompatibility issues etc. If the black-box solution is basically the same (albeit in a smaller box) then that's my question answered.
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comment External Blu Ray drive or internal + enclosure?
That's fair enough. The point really was that there's a lot more choice for internal drives, and all the external ones are in terrible plasticy boxes.
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asked External Blu Ray drive or internal + enclosure?
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comment Overwriting with robocopy
Certainly, though I'm not sure how it helps you: ss64.com/nt/robocopy-exit.html
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comment Overwriting with robocopy
It certainly should, yes.
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