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  • Re: External Storage Options

    Thanks for the help. It looks like i'll be saving for a new computer for a while and using the iMac until I can save enough though I will give an external hard drive a chance before I give up on this computer.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Joshua Keatts on Sat, Aug 22 2015
  • Re: External Storage Options

    Specific model is as follows: HP Pavilion x2, Windows 8.1, 4GB RAM, 64 GB SSD partitioned with 46.3 GB as main HD and 12.4 GB as the Recovery drive.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Joshua Keatts on Sat, Aug 22 2015
  • Re: External Storage Options

    Erwin, Thanks! The computer is a laptop. I think that because I purchased the logos6 diamond that I will need significant space. The product works very well on my iMac but that computer has tremendous processing power and a very large HD. I really do not want to buy another computer though I guess I could see how feasible/expensive it would be to have
    Posted to Logos 6 by Joshua Keatts on Fri, Aug 21 2015
  • External Storage Options

    I currently have an HP with Windows 8.x (not sure the actual version) - it utilizes touch screen technology with the screen detaching. The computer has a solid state drive which is fast, however, the drive is practically full just managing the basic program needs of the computer i.e. Microsoft Office and the Operating System. The drive is 64GB and is
    Posted to Logos 6 by Joshua Keatts on Fri, Aug 21 2015
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