I Thank you who ever came with this fixed. What worked for me was the RS232 to TTL adapter which I got on eBay for like 5$ Canadian, a RS232 cable which I got from my local electronic store for 4$ Canadian, to power the drive and the RS232 to TTL adapter I used the 5 volt of my external hard drive adaptor which is a Molex connector for IDE hard drive. And to connect the cables I used a CDROM audio cable. At first I had issues powering the adapter since the specs on eBay says that it can be powered by 3.3v or 5v so I used a battery holder for 2 AA battery which power the RS232 to TTL adapter but was not enough to work cause I wasn’t getting anything at the HyperTerminal software when I was typing the first command which was CTRL+Z. after being frustrated for hours I try powering the RS232 to TTL adapter form a 5V current and it worked like magic. Than I had a second problem when I was reaching at command F3 2>U it kept failing. I was about to give up then I remember from another post some one mention to clean the contacts which I did when I try it was like music in the air... I was so trying to have this issue resolved that I try replacing the PCB board from a working hard drive of the same model and that didn’t work instead I was getting knocking sounds from the drive which I worried it mess-up something inside. I’m a programmer and I practically save everything on this drive and never thought of backing up my files, this time I’ll do it everyday!!!!