pclab wrote:Ok, so today I opened the box ehehehe
I tested this head comb: http://www.hddheadtools.com/product/sea ... d-7200-12/
Took a while to check how to "plug it in". I just had 3 drives here to play and only one was supported...
But, on the one that fit, it was pretty good. One thing is missing: a way to avoid the head to get out from the comb. Sometimes I felt I needed 3 hands.
Besides that, it was smooth and felt assured that it does what is necessary.
PS: By the way: how may kits of head swap tools do you have??
Bankole Oladoja wrote:Source of the post Better to Outsource such case.
Bankole Oladoja wrote:Am very sorry if that sounds rude to you. Maxtor Diamond requires more experience, and probably a special tool like HDDSurgery and from your question, I really don't think you have handled such case before.
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