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worros

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  1. :thumbup :thumbup And YESSSS!!!!!!!!!!!! First! Thanks KlingKlang for pinout check! I want to share some little thing. Another cheap CA-42 driver! Tested! Works under Windows XP! http://www.infernallegion.extra.hu/downloa...rect_driver.rar And my little flash of hope! And my correct CA-42 pinouts: After it works in hyperterminal, I follow the instructions from this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29FztWJVxbM&fmt=18 And now, I create my backup all of my precious data! Thanks to everyone in this forum! Hail!
  2. Hmm, so, read before and the new conclusion: -White: GND -Blue: TX -Red: RX The first three pin is the key? Don't needed a pinout check, just enough to see the pictures... Tomorrow I will try this combination. Thanks!
  3. Hello! Facts: Seagate 500GB S2 SD15 BSY problem... I have a nokia CA-42 cable, but I don't know what type of this cable. 5 wires, white, blue, red, green, yellow. My driver is ok, but I don't know what is the correct GND, RX, TX connection. Please somebody help me! This cable is correct, or need to buy another type of CA-42? Thanks for your help! I tried one connection type. So, blue: RX, green: TX, white: GND (yellow: power GND??) In hyper terminal, the ctrl+z won't work, change RX, TX nothing happens...
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