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Screw is not defined in the BIOS!

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21.06.2003 10:44:00
Winchester - IBM Deskstar 60 Gb. By mistake I changed the jumpers on it for 15 heads, after which it ceased to be automatically detected. Probably overwrite firmware, how to revive it again?
21.06.2003 11:37:00
Nothing is overwritten. which made a sound? If as usual (with recalibration and no oink-oink), must be determined. Well, soldering pins on the motherboard screws would be nice to check - they sometimes fall off.
23.06.2003 10:32:00
No, it does not produce, but heard that spin. And what Shtyrkov check?
23.06.2003 11:05:00
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No, does not ring, but heard that spin.
If you listen - Trrrr is, after promotion, or just silently spinning?
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And what Shtyrkov check?
all.
23.06.2003 18:28:00
Steep a monotone. To run the DFT, I wrote that it is not necessary to update the firmware, even though it is not defined the BIOS (as the master). Slive runs as a second screw, then together with him and he is not determined.
23.06.2003 22:52:00
Leo any soldering pins - that the interface + configuration? zh)
PS & gt; for the sake of jokes, somehow seen to confer pc3000 message about scratching kolovok at ibm?
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