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Connecting data pins broken

When I was connecting the data pins which is 19 in nos , I broke 2 pins on the hard drive. Now I am unable to access my hard drive. Please advise.

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If you are good with soldering you can fix it. If not - get another SP0822N drive and swap the cards.

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Broken connecting pin on the hard disk


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It would cost hundreds less to just replace the drive.

Backup, backup, backup, and then when you are done with that backup again.

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The SR1720NX has 2 SATA controllers and two IDE controllers. Thus it can have 2 SATA and 4 IDE devices. The computer sometimes shipped with a SATA hard drive or an IDE hard drive. In all cases, the hard drives must be connected to the data cable (and to the motherboard) and then the power connection from the power supply has to be connected. So there should be 2 cables plugged into each drive. The optical drive is usually an IDE drive for this model, also a master drive.

The IDE power connection is a large 4-pin Molex connector; the SATA power cables are a smaller 5 pin connector. There is also a small 4 pin connector that powers a floppy drive, if present. IDE data cables are a wide 40-pin ribbon cable (sometimes an 80-pin cable for master/slave). The SATA data cable is a 15 pin cable.

First make sure that the jumper on the drive from the A430n is across the two pins in the second position (counting from the side away from the power connection). This is the cable select option. Next make sure that the IDE cable is firmly connected to both drives and the motherboard. (I've sometimes loosened the data cable while connecting the drives.) Finally check that the appropriate power cables are firmly connected to all the drives. Then power up the computer. (With the second drive on the Slave connection, if the device on the Master connection isn't powered up/recognized, then weird things may occur.)

BTW: you should be alert to the power needs for the computer. The original power supply could be overloaded with the extra drive. You might be better off using an external drive enclosure (USB) or a USB/SATA/IDE dongle that leaves the drive out in the open. Connect these with extreme care following the directions for when to connect the power supply. Some enclosures won't work without reformatting the drive - you do not want one of those.

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It is possible the drive is pulling more power than the enclose can handle. Also it is possible that there is a problem with the hard drive controller card as well.

Also clarify you are connecting a standard hard drive and not a notebook drive correct. If this is a standard drive I would recommend you try to connect the drive directly to your computers IDE controller to see if the drive will work. If it does not most likely there is a problem with the drives controller card.

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Pins are mainly used to transfer data and control signals from the mother board to the player.

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It would be advisable for you to change the player but try connecting once . The player might work.

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Hi,

If you are referring to the files inside the hard drive, then as long as it is not defective, it will last a very long time. Most hard disks can retain data indefinitely .

As to your concern with the laptop's charger/power supply jack, it is very possible that the connector simply lost its connection inside the motherboard. This could be easily remedied by re-soldering the two (2) pins of the said jack. What might be a challenge is the opening of the laptop to expose the underbelly of the motherboard.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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