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  1. Hi, I had followed the guide to fix the -busy error... seems to be all OK. The drive now was recognized by the bios but my raid0 configuration doesn't work... It's normal, or i can recover it?? A strange thing that apen when i do the m command... F3 T>/2 F3 2>Z Spin Down Complete Elapsed Time 0.140 msecs F3 2>U Spin Up Complete Elapsed Time 6.883 secs F3 2>/1 F3 1>N1 F3 1> F3 T>m0,2,2,,,,,22 Max Wr Retries = 00, Max Rd Retries = 00, Max ECC T-Level = 14, Max Certify Rewr ite Retries = 00C8 User Partition Format Successful - Elapsed Time 0 mins 00 secs The partition format takes under 5 seconds... is too fast, or is the raid that makes this?? Tnx _FLAVIO_
  2. In the italian translation there are already explained with this tricks... but i don't have read it before... CIAO!
  3. Hi to all... My HD on a raid0 array is affected by the busy issues, and for a week I tried to contact seagate to have helpful information on restoring e data backup my HD with no response... until i read the gradius post!!! Now i have ordered all the cable and converter to restore the drive, but i want to simplify the operation of removing and reistalling the pcb on the hd. The only connection between the PCB and the HD is within the 3 pin?? To semplify the operation of reinstalling the PCB and be careful to don't make any cort-circuit, i suggest to unscrew until a doublepiece of insulanting-tape can be placed to isolate the pins. then re-screw to make the pcb more stable and follow the guide. When yuo need to establish the connection between the pcb and the hd simple pull the tape out. I think this way is riskless than the original!! I hope that my English is understandable, however i'll make some pics to explain what i'm doing!!! Bye!!!