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Is it possible to install Camsung SP2014N as an internal hard drive?
I purchased it as an external, however the battery source died and it still contains all my data!!
I really doubt that you can use it as an internal drive..
i would guess that changing the battery source would be your best bet.. so try to send it for repairment..
the other thing that could have happened is that you lost your entire information from some sort of burnment... that also can happen on internal disk when a power failure comes..
so if you have really really important information and need to take it back, you could try changing the plates to another one of the same model and rescue the info from there..
and yes.. it is insane and extremely hard to do.. but there is a group of people on the internet that specialice on getting information from disk and stuff..... they once got some info from a disquette that got cutted with a pair of sisccors, what they did was put all the pieces of the disk back together with scotch tape and put everything back into another flopply disk case..and it worked... so my theory of changing the plates is quite posible, but somewhat unnesesary for the huge ammount of work...
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Basic jumper settings for Maxtor ATA Hard Drives
Thank you for purchasing your new ATA hard drive from Other World Computing! Please
review these jumper settings prior to installing your new hard drive into your computer.
You may want to review more detailed information about the installation process, or
the location and configuration of your existing internal ATA drive before proceeding.
Your manual that came with your computer can be of assistance in both of these
A few notes about installing an ATA hard drive into your existing system:
Your existing drive is normally configured one of two ways, Master (single drive), or
Cable Select. You will want to determine this before installing your new drive, the easiest
way is to remove the existing drive from your system and visually inspect it's hard drive
jumpers. Most hard drives have a schematic either silk screened onto the case of the
drive, or the schematic is on a label near the jumper pins. If you have difficulty locating
this information, visit the hard drive manufacturer's website.
If your existing hard drive is configured as "Master", then set your new hard drive
to "Slave". If your existing drive is set for "Cable Select", then set your new drive to
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to suit your needs, but we recommend following these instructions first to verify proper
operation of the new hard drive.
Installing jumpers on the new drive is a simple process, follow the schematic to
configure your drive.
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installed in your existing system.
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