Question about Seagate (ST903204EXA101RK) 320 GB Hard Drive
Yes, you could disassemble it.
Note that if you "break" something while trying to do so, you could buy an "empty" external casing, and "transplant" your current disk-drive (which still holds all your files) into the new casing.
Probably about $25 for a new "empty" case.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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