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fenestren

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  1. Using the bb-elec converter, brand new wires and keeping trying...I did it at the fifth attempt! Thank you!
  2. Hi, using the B+B converter (5V version) I got the F3 T> prompt and I could go to the point where I have to remove the plastic card and screw the PCB again but... ...when I pressed CTRL+Z again in order to give the "U" command I got LED:000000CC FAddr:0025BF67 LED:000000CC FAddr:0025BF67 message and the procedure stopped. This happened two times: have I done anyhing wrong or I have to fear for my HD? Thank you.
  3. A colleague of mine has the B+B converter but it is the version with TTL high level of 5V and uses the power supply from the PC (via serial port). The USB TTL converter in the image above has a TTL high level of 3.3V for TXC and RXC using the USB power supply and costs 4,5 €. I will try with two AA batteries but, in case of bad result, which one of the solution above has to be preferred? Thank you for your support!
  4. Hi, meanwhile I tried using an ATX power supply for both the interface (using the +3.3V orange line) and the HD drive (usind the SATA connector): this way the GND should be the same for both devices. I had the same result... What about trying with this? Or this? http://www.bb-elec.com/Products/Serial-Connectivity/Serial-Converters/TTL-Converters/232LPTTL.aspx
  5. Hi everybody. I'm Luca from Italy. I have this HD: Maxtor DiamondMax 22 STM3500320AS S/N: 9QM60RA2 Firmware: MX15 Data Code: 09074 I have this interface: I have powered the interface with a switching power supply @3.3V, connected to my PC (XP) and tried the Hyperterminal communication: the problem is that I had ASCII symbols both if I connect TX and RX together or if I connect TX and GND or TX and GND to the HD pins. If I try to connect TX, RX and GND to my Hd I have no prompt on Hyperterminal. Can you help me, please? Thank you.
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