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update re hard drive repair

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by anon, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. anon

    anon Guest

    I appreciate the input by everyone in the group.

    I intended to use a three step approach this morning. I cooled the hdd in
    the fridge for an hour and was successful in removing the screw.
    If that had not worked I would have tried heating the screw with a soldering
    iron. My next step would have been using the dremel.

    I also like the epoxy idea and will try that process on a few junk drives I
    have in my inventory.

    Thanks guys.

    I have noticed this is one of the better NG's - generally helpful and not
    full of spam or the b.s that appears in many other groups.

    Dave
     
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