Ball bearings and spiral bevel gears provide smooth operation. Coupling system allows you to orient the attachment in 12 different directions. Quick connect system easily attaches to your rotary tool, with no tools required. Compact, durable design. Multi-tool not included.
- Quick connect system easily attaches to your rotary tool in place of the housing cap without the need of tools
- Coupling system allows you to orient the right angle attachment on your tool in 12 different directions
- Ball bearing and spiral bevel gears give long lasting durability along with smooth and cool operation
- Compact design allows you to get into hand-to-reach places
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Question by nonagon: My external hard drive spins down after 10 minutes of inactivity. How to keep that from happening?
I have a 500GB WD My Book connected to my Vista PC via Firewire, and I use it frequently. It works fine, but it can take around 15-30 seconds for the drive to spin back up out of power save mode, and during file operations related to the drive, applications freeze until it has had time to spin back up.
I would ideally like to control the amount of time that elapses prior to it spinning down (because I assume the power save mode extends the life of the drive as well as saving power). WD says the spindown delay is set at 10 minutes and is not configurable.
So, does anyone know of an application that will periodically write a small amount of data to the drive so it won’t spin down? Thanks in advance.
Note: Windows does NOT provide power management options for external drives through control panel.
Also, I’m pretty sure you cannot control settings for an external device such as a Firewire hard drive through system BIOS.
Answer by Richard F
Go to Control panel and find Power Options. Pull it up and you’ll see settings for power.
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