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Dead Hdd need new logic board

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    Posted 12 November 2009 - 11:34 AM

    Hi, I've toasted my HDD logic board (I think) the HDD refuses to spin. Any other HDD I have runs just fine on the same cable.
    I have checked the logic board and there are no visual signs of any short circuit or burns and I've opened the HDD case and examined its "guts" and no signs of shorts there either. I suspect it to be toasted anyway, any other ideas? The discs turns without resistance, the "arm" is mobile.

    What I need is to find a new (old) logic board with the exact same specs. for this drive to attempt a rescue of the data and I wonder if someone can point me to a possible vendor?

    The culprit is a:

    DiamondMax Plus 9
    80GB ATA/133 HDD

    Code YAR41BW0 N,M,C,D
    SN: Y3LN3JVE
    6Y080L0B32001

    LBA: 160086528

    Mfg.Date: 27DEC2003

    E-H011-02-3880

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      Posted 12 November 2009 - 02:47 PM

      Sorry bengt, I looked through all my drives and the only DiamondMax I have is a 150 SATA.
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        Posted 12 November 2009 - 05:32 PM

        Hi bengt,

        I've had a lot of good luck with the following business on PCB replacement's.

        Access Computer Parts, Inc.

        My link

        Ask for Fred he can walk you through the the correct PCB and firmware match.

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