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please advice any seller for NOKIA CA-42 cable with driver in MANCHESTER UK,
for work on seagate 1tb sata.

thanks


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please advice any seller for NOKIA CA-42 cable with driver in MANCHESTER UK,
for work on seagate 1tb sata.

thanks


Try your local mobile shop or ebay http://www.ebay.co.u...-All-Categories (for under 3 bucks)
If you buy it new it usually comes with a driver cd.
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please advice any seller for NOKIA CA-42 cable with driver in MANCHESTER UK,
for work on seagate 1tb sata.

Which part of the city? :whistle:
Or do you have a list of suitable streets.... :rolleyes:

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I just noticed you have been asking around elsewhere as well to find this extremely rare and elusive tool. Posted Image

Just for the record, you won't find a cable like the one you posted a photo of here, you have to convert it yourself with the method given in the link in FGA #6. And the colours might (read WILL) differ from those in your photo.
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I just noticed you have been asking around elsewhere as well to find this extremely rare and elusive tool. Posted Image

Just for the record, you won't find a cable like the one you posted a photo of here, you have to convert it yourself with the method given in the link in FGA #6. And the colours might (read WILL) differ from those in your photo.

And you miss :w00t: how this nice guy also PMed me for this kind of info (which were given to him by pointing hm to FGA #6 + additional info). ;)

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