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the above link will take you to the best support. Personally I might acquire the same model and swap out the hard drive but Seagate offers a wide variety of data recovery as well. Some drives came with warrantied data recovery
Posted on Feb 14, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have "good hands" and a technical orientation, you can manage it by yourself (board and heating element). In any case, before buying a new heating element, check element's resistance with a multi-meter, maybe there is no problem with it. Be aware that before starting work on the machine, you should unplug its power cable !!!! In case you will need for an heating element, you can contact any washing machine spare parts store and by giving them your machine's details you will get it. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
Are you still looking for the PCB?
Maybe I can help you to find it.
PM me on this forum http://forum.hddguru.com/hard-disk-drives-repair-and-data-recovery-f1/
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
SOURCE: harddrive is not detecting bios
get a hard drive kit that will connect it via usb or get a PCI card that will allow you to install the PCI card into a PCI slot and then attach the hard drive to the PCI card ( ensuring you select the correct PCI card ) ie if its a sata drive then get a sata PCI controller card and if its IDE then get an IDE PCI controller card.
Also check for motherboard updates for your computers motherboard and also check in the bios to ensure LBA is enabled and that its detecting the hard drive.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: not make instal xp
It seems you are saying that the board will not see the new hd.
You need the instructions for the hard drive and the mother board to install the SATA drive.
Some motherboards may need to have the bios upgraded, if it can.
Others are too old.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
You need to access the drive controller and reset it using an RS232 to CMOS convertor and hyperterminal. The problem is caused by the firmware on the controller software going into an infinite loop.
If bios is not seeing it then none of the software tools available will allow access.
Once the hard drive is reset, the disk is fully useable again. A firmware upgrade is possible at this point, but usually we just image the disk and load it onto a more reliable replacement as most customers do not want to experience that sort of fright again.
I have fixed a few of these and have the equipment to do it, but it is not really a task for the amateur.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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