hadnow Posted June 11, 2010 Share Posted June 11, 2010 I posted this within the 7200.11 problem but I feel that its a different topic hence started this topic.After all your suggestions was successful in getting the 7200.11 out of the BSY state. A big thank you to all who helped out. I followed the step by step procedure at - http://sites.google....ite/seagatefix/Now I recalled that I had a couple of other drives which had similar problems where in the drive spins power ons, but is not detected in the BIOS. A problem similar to the BSY in the 7200.11 series drives.I have a 160GB & 320GB SATA and 80GB & 250GB IDE drives all from the 7200.10 series. They spin fine but are not detected by the BIOS. Any DIY Fix in this regard via which I could try and fix these drives like the DIY Fix for the 7200.11?Seems almost similar to the issue faced in the 7200.11 but these are 7200.10 disks and putting a plastic between the PCB and Head the drive does not spin. So am I missing on something. And I think the terminal commands may be different.I found a post http://www.msfn.org/...oo-t133604.htmlbut if I place a plastic between the Head & PCB the HDD does not spin. But if I remove the plastic the head does spin, but nothing comes up in the terminal window. Hence is there more to it than what I am doing?Thanks in advance for all the help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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