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From: "Pat Ford"
Subject: Re: Hard drive spins with variable speed ... phase damage????
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 09:47:10 -0500
Organization: National Research Council of Canada
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"Frank Bemelman" wrote in message
> "Pat Ford" schreef in bericht
> > 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
> > way.
> That's what I would try too, although I wonder if these drives don't
> use critical calibration data in eeprom/flash, perhaps making it
> impossible to just swap the pcb.
> Frank Bemelman
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I've had maxtor i/f card work on different sized drives ( 1.2G dead and a
warranty 1.6 donor), and some seagates too.
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