Is this a genuine Dell Drive?

vincent at cojot.name vincent at cojot.name
Wed Feb 14 05:33:32 CST 2007


In a Dell serv with SCSI I own, a disk has failed. I'm wondering if this 
drive is a genuine Dell drive (I got the server second-hand). The Disk is 
a Seagate ST3300007LW with firmware 702 (as seen from the SCSI HBA)
The disk label doesn't show a Seagate logo or anything. It's white label 
with this information on it (retyped here)

TYPE: SCSI
CAPACITY: 300GB 10000 RPM
INTERFACE: U320 N/A

MFG: SYST300GBSCSI (with a bar code)
CSN: HH-081806-1B270693 (with a bar code).

No other information... Is this a genuine Dell drive?

Thanks for reading,

Vincent

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