My third post today and I have yet to get a response. Hopefully this will be a little more successful.
Anyhow, I've posted about this previously but this will be a little different.
First, I have a broken 80 pin SCSI hard Drive. What's broken you ask. Well I'll tell you.
The 80 pin female receptor on the back of the hard drive has two "ear" like protrusions one on either side of the 80 pin female receptor. One of these "ears" has broken completely off making the hard drive useless.
But all my June hours are recorded on this drive and foolish me didn't back them up in time.
1. So, my question is does anyone know how to replace the 80 pin female receptor on the back of the hard drive? I.E., can it be replaced?
2. If it can be replaced where can I find some instructions on how to do this, if there are any?
3. Oh and of course, where can I find a replacement part for this?
Please, anyone chime in and let me know. Thank you.