you're kidding, right? no, that doesn't happen. you might knock some of the internals out of line, but the gigabytes is a size thing, not a glued on thing. ya know? or are you just trying to mess with people?
Originally Posted by The_Jester
must be - mine seems to slow down after i kick mine too
Originally Posted by frupert
Yeah i reckon, thats what seems to hapen to mine and i always did wonder where my gigabytes went to... Is there any i can buy from somewhere and then stick them in my HDD or can i just look for the ones that have fallen out and then stick them back in?
Originally Posted by laboitenoire
Actually, hard drives are magnetic. There's no lens in them at all. On the tip of the arm is just magnetic read/write heads. Trust me, I've looked in enough dead drives to know. When I first saw this post, I thought it was Muffin and that he had gone off the deep end, but then I saw the 22 REP.
Originally Posted by thehybridpyro
you put a bucket under your HDD
soice the gigabytes are invisable, all you have to do is open it your HDD up and pour them back in