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the dearlership should know what you need. the reason the socket is so different is to let you know, the stuff in which contained in this part is very sensitive and could major problems if you are not sure what your doing
You connected it to a "USB 1.1" socket in your computer, which is only 1/40 of the speed of a "USB 2.0" socket (if your computer has any such USB sockets). If you don't have any USB 2.0 ports, buy a PCI add-in card to add some ports to your computer.
In first HDD put the jumper in first vertical pair of pins from power socket side, it will become master and second HDD put jumper in second vertical pair of pins from power socket side it will become slave.
They do not generally distribute spare parts for these cases. You can however purchase new complete enclosures without a drive for a small price and transfer your existing drive into the new enclosure. As the actual hard drive can generally survive several G's worth of drop force even when running, it's most likely the harddrive is ok. Once in the new enclosure test the drive out, if it works, you're done. If it doesn't the drive itself is the problem, reply here by adding a comment with your country and city and I will pass along a recommendation for a professional facility.
cheek the above the box what is the comparbilty of the dimension and your mechine model and all those are avalable on the box cheek you system socket place which type of items are fit to you slot if matching the spicifcations open the box any try to fit
Hi, A few questions first.
Have you recently changed any hardware in your PC?
Have you recently had any power outs or surges?
Have you at all changed any settings in your system setup?
What type of hard drive is it?
What operating system are you using?
NO. Its also probably the drive a suffer physical damage. Imagine a cd player being dropped as it is reading/writing, except you can change the disk. You will most likely have to ( or have a trained technician ) extract the drive, place it into a new enclosure, and test the drives stability.
Hope this helps.