>Hi purchased a streamer called HP C1533A. That's at least what is
>supposed to be and what I paied for.
>While reading the doc, I didn't find this model number anywhere.
>Instead, the doc mentioned a 'DAT Satellte DL-10000' all the time.
There are plenty of OEMs selling C1533A drivers under their own label.
Satellite DL-10000 is CCA's repackaged HP C1533A.
Quote:>Is that the same drive or did the dealer sell me the "wrong" drive?
You got a C1533A. There are a few of ways you can verify this:
- Acquire a software tool which will display the SCSI identification
information for the DAT drive. A CCA DAT Satellite DL-10000 identifies
itself as a HP C1533A.
- Acquire from HP the manual C1533-90901 (HP C1533A User's Manual). You
will notice that the your DAT Satellite DL-10000 User's Manual is a
verbatim copy of the HP manual, except that the device name is spelled
every where as 'DAT Satellite DL-10000' instead of 'C1533A'.
- You got the drive in an external enclosure, right? Open it. You will
find the drive labeled as a HP C1533A drive. Well, there probably is a
"warranty void if this label has been removed" sticker on the enclosure.
I never pay attention to those stickers and with CCA's drives they are
often broken on delivery, anyway ;-)
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