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  1. Yes and No. It should be possible to by-pass it: http://hardmaster.info/eng/articles/09-04-2009.html but it's well beyond the DIY level. Of course NOT, the CA-42 is (the good ones actually working) nothing different from a USB-to-TTL converter. It is possible, though, that the contacts are not good: http://forum.hddguru.com/1tb-seagate-hdd-d...d81-t12290.html It can happen that the pins are forced a bit too much by the card, check previous pages there are a few reports about this issue. Completely removing the PCB, thoroughly cleaning the contacts, check if any contact is twisted, etc., etc. may solve the problem, as well as re-tightening the screw nearest to the contacts once you remove the card. jaclaz ok, thanks jaclaz! This evening when i return from work i try to remove PCB and i hope that work then.. i've also checked the previous page but i didn't found nothing similar to my problem i''ll probably look bad i hope isn't a mechanical problem :(
  2. up, anyone have ideas? The method with CA-42 cable may resolve something?
  3. Hi :)

    i see i see but in every international forum is the same as here
  4. Hi :)

    Hi all, i'm Matteo, i've 24 (soon 25) years old and i'm from Italy, not far from Venice and Padua. i'm glad to be here and i hope to find the response to my question and help the user that need PS: and to improve my eng :D:D
  5. Hi all, i'm new of this forums I've read all this topic but i still have problem with my 7200.11 hd The HD is in bsy mode. I've tried with a RS232-TTL ADAPTER and TELNET (Putty or HyperTerminal) with no response. The i used the paper method on motor contacts with the following results: F3 T> (i don't remember now cause i'm at work, but here i've removed the paper from motor contacts as the guide of gradius2 show) F3 T>/2 F3 2>Z Spin Down Complete Elapsed Time 10.163 secs F3 2>U Spin Up Complete Elapsed Time 21.017 secs F3 2>/1 F3 1>N1 Unable to load Diag Overlay F3 1> The problem is the message "Unable to load Diag Overlay". Any idea?? PS: Excuse me for bad english