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The M3 screws look a little odd, hopefully they will have something similar Reply 0 0 Jay_101 PhD Student Posts: 750 Member Since: ‎01-02-2016 Message 6 of 8 (286 Views) Report So I am going to try it and will see… Ro Says: June 26th, 2011 at 2:21 pm I have the same issue, I have swapped sata cables n stuff, same They did, and the very same day they got the PC back, the same problem happened again! Reply 1 1 Roughneck42 Top Student Posts: 7 Member Since: ‎04-23-2016 Message 4 of 8 (305 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Installing an SSD and SATA power connections Options Mark as check my blog

In the mean time I happened to come accross an extremely good deal on a new PSU, so I bought it (Thermaltake smart m850w PSU) to have a backup and to Got some very interesting results. Or is the "no detect" problem a drive problem and not an unique SATA issue? Did you had to make a custom wire ?

This whole situation is becoming very complicated. check http://seagate.custkb.com/seagate/crm/selfservice/search.jsp?DocId=207931 Report o kdhdgjf wo- Dec 1, 2014 at 07:46 PM | uno'ow omo wrewqdqlk Helpful +7 Report jimbojones Jul 23, 2009 at 11:44 PM Further to my previous post, Conclusion: very disappointed and worried that drive developed this issue in the first place but first class Seagate service thereafter.

Since the cables are not 100% spoilt anyway and I have no replacement cables in hand, the hacker instinct in me told me this might be fixed in a more cost-effective delhidiwaana Motherboards, Bios & CPU 9 08-20-2011 05:26 AM BIOS won't read any hard drives Hello, My computer will not read any SATA hard drives. But just get rid of that goddamn awful cheap plastic shit. No combination worked.

Report Vaibhav- Jun 29, 2009 at 08:54 PM any luck with ur 5oo gb drive do let me know what u did to recover it back my Id Vaibhav.Bhargava at gmail You shouldn't have to beg the manufacturer for permission to fix it when it breaks. Please try the request again. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2522345/sata-power-cable-stuck.html I need an explanation of the various SATA ports on the mobo to know which one to plug the new drive into.thanks Solved!

It requires manufacturers to provide owners and independent repair businesses with fair access to service information and affordable replacement parts. When PSU's fail, the GPU is commonly the most subject to damage. __________________ All PC's are not the same. I purchased the drive last November and registered it. I have my sata cable twisted to have neat cable arrangement without knowing that this might cause a big problem with my h-disk.

The ones without clips are much more bad. So straightening those cables is the only thing I have not done yet. If the system now fails to boot, you have a short in the case and need to recheck your motherboard standoffs. Nothing.

may this one have the same firmware problem? http://realink.org/solved-weird/solved-weird-thing.html Tell them you support the Digital Right to Repair Act, S.96 and H.143. It hanged really often and I suspected SATA HDD. Posting your PC specs will help us to assist you quicker and effectively. 10-18-2012, 04:41 PM #5 nstiver Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2012 Location: Albuquerque, NM Posts:

So, when I first bought my replacement TT psu, I had the bright idea of just using the modular cables from my seasonic--they were still hooked up to the SATA devices, SF 15, or the Fair Repair bill, guarantees our right to repair digital equipment like computers, refrigerators, cell phones and tractors. after monthly headache I have find solution and work out for my hd... news Most likely for cosmetic reasons.

The same problem all over again. It requires manufacturers to provide owners and independent repair shops with access to repair information and replacement parts—so you have the resources you need to fix things quickly and affordably. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.

I will give that a try when I get a SATA cable from my local computer part store.

and what.... I understand you are have question about upgrade your computer. Remember, recently the computer was doing that on-off pulsing thing which only stopped because I moved some cables around. gpu power cables mac pro power sata 237 Questions View all Ties @ties Rep: 25 4 Posted: 07/16/2016 Options Permalink History Subscribe Unsubscribe Mac pro 2009 Max power draw on SATA

Erratic! So, when I try to turn on the new psu, nothing happened of course, so I flick that switch back and forth a few times giving it a nice big jolt what should I do. http://realink.org/solved-weird/solved-weird-popups.html Tell them you support the bipartisan Fair Repair Act, LB 67.

Here are both ends of the cable held up together.  Left is pretty normal SATA power, but I can't figure out what the white on the right is. Rubber as stiff as your windshield wipers. Leave a comment Helpful +25 Report asqava Sep 26, 2009 at 04:41 AM hey I currently have same problem like you guy... does the power supply have any standard molex plugs you could adapt to Sata?  Yes, that was my plan B, to use the 12V molex port, but I was a little

Not sure about recovering the data. Because you would not be able to reproduce the problem and you will not know when it will get reproduced on its own. One day, out of the blue, my PC decided to reboot itself and now I am struggling with the following issues. The Fair Repair Act is simple.

Put the drive back in my PC that night and it booted into my Windows XP OS as if nothing had ever happened. And they get to set whatever prices they want for parts and service. Why is the quality of this SATA cable so lousy?? Tell them that you want the right to repair your purchases.

I will be glad to help you.PerHP part Surferthe screw is 482291-001Screw - M3 x 5mmL, TT, FSLT, HI/TPThe cable is809377-001Cable - SATA3.0, 185mm, ST-ST, for RFThe SSD are696356-033Hard Drive - Can't afford it now, but I plan to save the disk for years down the road when I'll actually be able to pay that money. The PSU should be fine so you could ignore starting with it for replacement. With the Digital Right to Repair Act, H.143 and S.96, we have a chance to guarantee our right to repair electronics—like smartphones, computers, and even farm equipment.

POST stops at "detecting drives." WHERE on Seagate site did you find that? Or should I just eat it and save up for another SSd? 10-21-2012, 12:48 AM #12 GZ Retired Join Date: Jan 2010 Location: New Jersey Posts: 25,552