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[News] Seagate ST3660A neededANN.lu
Posted on 17-Jan-2001 15:48 GMT by Christian Kemp34 comments
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In the beginning of January, Allan Odgaard managed to short circuit his harddisk. His hope is that someone has an identical harddisk, from which he can borrow the control print to restore his data. "The model is a Seagate ST3660A and the drive parameters are 1057CYL-16HEADS-63SECT-545.5MB." Also see his original message.
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