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From: "Pat Ford"
Subject: Re: Hard drive spins with variable speed ... phase damage????
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 13:18:27 -0500
Organization: National Research Council of Canada
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Try to find a simular drive in surplus bins and swap the interface card.
I've had several maxtors die and I've always been able o save the data this
"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> OFF TOPIC...
> I have a 2GB hard-drive whose electronics were toasted due to +12V
> being applied to the +5V pin (csensors crap USB adapter).
> Anyone know if the data can be extracted from this drive?
> Best company for this?
> Approximate cost?
> Data is not critical... just inconvenient to reconstruct.
> ...Jim Thompson
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