The improvements made in the other components that makeup the computers today are so much better than in 2007 I think you will be wondering how it is you got along this long. If you can't, then paying 400 to get it back on it's feet is actually not too bad. But just like a new transmission for an old car, you have to consider that is probably upwards of 30 of the cost of a new one.
Without seeing what the rest of the computer looks like, I couldn't tell you if the other pieces besides the drive are going to keep you going for another year or two, or if the whole thing is about to give up, taking your 400 along with it. Even if I could see it, for many of the components in there it is really hard to tell. Thank you for the write-up.
For anyone who cares, I've been a designer for over 13 years now.
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With these steps, you can auto mount the drives or partitions without the need to manually mount them for access each time you start up the system. Below are two ways of doing it, either using Storage Device Manager or adding an entry in the fstab file.
Method 1: Using Storage Device Manager (This app is not yet available for Linux Mint 14 [using the upstream Ubuntu 12. 10] and the newer version at time of checking) Install Storage Device Manager from Ubuntu Apps Directory if the application is not available in your system.
Uncheck "Mount file system in read only mode" and keep "The file system is mounted at boot time" checked. In case you wish to remove the auto-mount of a certain drive or partition, you can similarly use Storage Device Manager to do the setting.