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Finding replacement circuit boards for HDD

By MediaGuy1974 ·
Yes, I know, I know, it's a daunting task, could lose all data, etc. I'm well aware of the dangers involved. The data is not THAT important. Much of it can't be replaced, but it's stuff I haven't accessed forever. If I can get it back, fine. If not, no biggie. Here are the facts, as I know them:
The drive I,m trying to salvage is a Seagate, (I know, first mistake). I have all the particulars right down to the numbers on the board itself. My problem is I can't find any place to beg/borrow/steal one. If anyone can steer me toward someone who can help me, I'd be eternally grateful.
Frustrated In Wyoming,
Jet Montana

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ebay and Surplus

by TheChas In reply to Finding replacement circu ...

Just buy the same model drive on ebay and use that drive as a doner drive for the old drive.

You can also check sites that deal in old and surplus hardware like geeks.com and pacificgeeks.com


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