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Anyone want to un-brick mine so I don't have to study all this mateial, find the right screwdriver, and buy buy these connectors? I'm sure I could do it.... but I don't wanna. I would be sending a perfect 300 gb eide Maxtor drive that was used only once to backup a ton of software ... that you can keep. And I have a Seagate 7200.7 drive that is dead if you want it. I don't think that one has a bricking problem. I understand that if something went wrong you would not be responsible... there is nothing really critical on the drive but there some stuff I would like to get back. Thanks Terry Blount http://win7secrets.com