On Mon, 7 Aug 2006, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> The disk is a Hitachi Ultrastar (10,000rpm).
10ks can get quite hot, 15ks /really/ hot. As others have advised,
> Also, the disk has 80 pins, while the disk it is replacing had 68 pins.
> I'm using a 68-pin to 80-pin adaptor from Hong Kong.
> Is that likely to be adequate?
Yes, it's purely a physical form-factor thing, hard to get wrong no
matter how cheap. 68 of those 80 correspond /exactly/ signal wise to
the 68 pins on your old drive. (the other 12 pins are power and drive
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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