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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I did open a Seagate FreeAgent Pro 1TB !
The thing was awful, the case is just a nightmare to crack. The base is easy, you have the screws under the tiny rubber feet. The metal over the electric parts is easy to take apart, you just unglue and carefully open. You unscrew then the four flat-headed screws the hold in place the electrics, and the three big ones that hold together the base and the upper part.
Here comes the nasty part.
You unplug all connectors, but the upper case is VERY (I mean VERY) well tightened. It's held in place in 4 points, and the plastic made my fingers bleed. I can surely say it's a very well made case, strong as military, but impossible to open without destroying.
In the upper part the plastic holding points are quite close to the lower edge, but the two lower ones are somewhat 2,5 or 3 inches away from the edge, and this is where you'll get stuck. I couldn't just pry them open, so in the end, even though the unit is safe and sound, the lid (the part with the Seagate logo) was torn an bent.
My problem was at the electrical part, so I don't care much for the case, but I feel bad for having to literally destroy such a good-looking external enclosure.
Hope this is helpful to all of you in trouble with this issue !
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Yes you can just take the hard drive out of the case, can use it with any other case, you can also just put it inside your computer and connect it to the sata cable :)
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Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Yes, the external floppy drive must be connected directly to a USB port on the computer instead of to a USB hub.The PC can't see the drive thru the USB hub. Applies to both 32 and 64 bit.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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