Ga door naar hoofdinhoud

Repareer je spullen

Recht op reparatie

Onderdelen & Gereedschap

Help

Deze versie is geschreven door: Nick ,

Tekst:

The days of a raw PCB swap died with the mid 2000’s Maxtor DiamondCrash drives :-(. You need to transfer the ROM 100% of the time, since the drive parameters are stored on that chip, which is why you can’t just PCB swap.
 
The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day. Even being 1 day off can mean it has a different PCB and preamp if the one in yours was nornot available that day. In short, don't try unless you are capable of finishing because any attempt hurts your chances and one mistake could be fatal.
The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day. Even being 1 day off can mean it has a different PCB and preamp if the one in yours was nornot available that day. In short, don't try unless you are capable of finishing because any attempt hurts your chances and one mistake could be fatal.
 
In short, you need to take it to a professional who does data recovery. You need a matching drive, the right experience and a clean working area.

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Nick ,

Tekst:

The days of a raw PCB swap died with the mid 2000’s Maxtor DiamondCrash drives :-(. You need to transfer the ROM 100% of the time, since the drive parameters are stored on that chip, which is why you can’t just PCB swap.
 
The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day. Even being 1 dateday off can mean it has a different PCB and preamp if the one in yours was nor available that day.
The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day. Even being 1 dateday off can mean it has a different PCB and preamp if the one in yours was nor available that day.
 
In short, you need to take it to a professional who does data recovery. You need a matching drive, the right experience and a clean working area.

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Nick ,

Tekst:

The days of a raw PCB swap died with the mid 2000’s Maxtor DiamondCrash drives :-(. You need to transfer the ROM 100% of the time, since the drive parameters are stored on that chip, which is why you can’t just PCB swap.
 
The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day. Even being 1 date off can mean it has a different PCB and preamp if the one in yours was nor available that day.
The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day. Even being 1 date off can mean it has a different PCB and preamp if the one in yours was nor available that day.
 
In short, you need to take it to a professional who does data recovery. You need a matching drive, the right experience and a clean working area.

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Nick ,

Tekst:

The days of a raw PCB swap died with the mid 2000’s Maxtor DiamondCrash drives :-(. You need to transfer the ROM 100% of the time, since the drive parameters are stored on that chip, which is why you can’t just PCB swap.

The other problem is you need an exact match drive with the right PCB and headstack preamp, since a lot of drives use different PCBs and headstack preamps depending on what is available that day.

In short, you need to take it to a professional who does data recovery. You need a matching drive, the right experience and a clean working area.

Status:

open