Noob here, I’m trying to find replacement parts for an older HDD I crashed a long-long time ago like 7 years ago – photos attached. What does this price mean? Page 1 of 1. They all worked perfectly and looked brand new. Chances you will recover a single byte is They hold up well under normal use. Ever thing is super good Ever thing is super good Verified purchase:
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This is a pretty old model, been around for some time, im pretty confident that most if not all seasoned professionals could have handled this for you. I bought the traelstar drives for computer that I was working on.
IBM TravelStar 20GN 20 GB,Internal,4200 RPM,2.5″ (DJSA-220) Hard Drive
Switch to mobile style. All the potential effects of this have been explained already.
Let me explain why. I’m not sure if a simple PCB swap will fix the problem, or if I also need to try a head swap?
IBM DJSA hard drive specification and test
Was this discussion helpful? In djsa-202 it is definitively the wrong decision if data is important. Show less Show more. Good advice is always appreciated! If its the ‘best’ your after, why would you allow someone with minimal or even no experience get to it first?
With travlestar other precaution. Skip to main content. Instructions regarding how to verify that the PCB is properly functioning would also be appreciated. The lowest-priced item that has been restored to working order by the manufacturer ‘manufacturer refurbished condition’ or an eBay seller or a third party not approved by the manufacturer ‘seller refurbished condition’.
Should I go on?
Dust, humidity, debris etc are now on the platter. This means the item has been inspected, cleaned, and repaired to full working order and is in excellent condition. Now at the very least you will have a diagnostic charge because it has been contaminated, some firms may even turn you away. Pulled from a Compaq Laptop. Users browsing this forum: I think you have gotten all the good advice you can from here and there is not much to say on this one.
Travelstra a hard drop, the drive quit working and all I get is the click of death. But it doesnt make it the right decision. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.
Ah, the youthful ignorance of an aspiring engineer The “off” amount and percentage simply signifies the calculated difference between the seller-provided price for the item elsewhere and the seller’s price on eBay. Feel free to PM me. We’d be willing to give it a shot. Well after a hard drop and heads clicking this one alone does not look good at all. I would buy more if they were available. Then you re-installed heads, moving them to the parking area, and heads were already damaged.
A drive which by the way is not the easiest around with -possibly- bad heads, has been opened in a non-controlled environment, had its heads removed by someone with zero experience in the field then obm heads installed again by same person and now will have heads re-removed and re-reinstalled by the same person.
It would take a long time to explain the consequences of this, but it’s more or less what Keetah says above. Good news – the platters appear to be in ivm condition, but the heads may be damaged due to my “tinkering. Show More Show Less.