lcoughey wrote:Source of the post I'm pretty sure that you have to go old school with that series of drive. It existed long before head tools were being sold. You would be wise to buy a couple donors and a few similar working drives to play with before you jump in with the client's drive.
Jared wrote:Source of the post I've done a few of those. They're not nearly as bad as an antique IBM HDD that I had to head swap recently. But, yeah, no tools for those I know of.
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