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What does the condition "new pull" mean?

What does the condition "new pull" mean?

I'm looking for a hard drive, and some of the conditions are listed as "New Pull" or "System Pull". I figure the System Pull means "taken from a computer and now sold separately" but what does New Pull mean? Does this mean it was assembled and never used? Or maybe it has been freshly pulled from a used machine?

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Guest [Entry]

System pull means it has been taken out of a previously used system, but was tested and working. New pull means it was taken out of a system that was never used.
Guest [Entry]

"""New pull means it was taken out of a system that was never used.""

That statement is not true. It was taken out of a system for what ever reason,
upgrade perhaps, but shows no signs of problems. It has been used, but no problems
has been detected after a thorough check.

It's a shiesty term created by the industry.

For people looking for new and have new in their heads
when new isn't available and never will be.

New Pull is a drive that is pulled from a system, that is clean and can pass for new with no failures at all. In football terms, a reliable veteran."