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I have searched everywhere I can think of, but have found no pictures or detailed instructions? I really like them, and have an assortment of 11 Freeagent externals totalling 6.25 TB collected since Oct '07. got my HD out of its coffin an now time to bring it to life.. Good luck getting your porn (and other less important s**t) back everyone!

if no lights are coming on, then I assume it is a problem with the case. Once these are unclipped the ones at the top unclip very easily. I won't go into details about the clips, since I am sure YOU probably won't care much, just like me, about the exterior, but more urgently what is in the interior. From my experience all drives have 5 years warranty, whether OEM or retail.

Guess what.......i got inside the casing without any damage to the casing. services. I also switch off the yellow LED light. >>> The other very important switch is to make sure that write-caching is disabled in Control Panel>>System>>Device Manager>>Disk Drives>>Seagate Freeagent USB Device>>Policies (select Before openening I want to check out if it is worth it (instead of sending the disk back to seagate, but then losing the data).

I swap the 750gb out and put in a 1.5 TB. I have opened up my free agent without damage it. All that ended up doing was putting a hole in the head and it still took extreme force to release. Anyway, only took me a few minutes to figure out the best way to get leverage with the needle nose pliers to pop it open.

Now, onto the hard part. Got this ‘pro' drive for a relative a few years back so he can back-up his stuff and today he was complaining that it was ‘flakey' the last time he fired my only question is if i rip this chunk o crap apart, and the drive is okay….. You forgot to mention at the beginning of your instructions that there are little rubber pieces on the bottom of the base.

In essence this little guide helped a bit…but is missing a few critical details. Find More Posts by Rory Buszka 10-27-2007, 12:09 PM #7 tj911t Banned Join Date: Oct 2007 Posts: 1 Trouble Opening Free Agent Case I need help.... I have emailed you both, thydzik 3rd time, PhantomReality 1st time, but with no answer from you. If you take it slow and steady you willl get the metal side off.

This error occurred when I started an ntbackup job. Du kannst diese Einstellung unten ändern. I tried pretty much everything out there. This was a BIG problem, because losing 500GB to 1TB of data because of a flimsy connector was a big scare.

The time now is 08:21 PM. Sunk between the bars (and connected to them) is plastic that the clip hooks on to (‘x'), and below that is the head of the clip (‘c') that you want to I did break the switch sensor lead and have to re-solder it. The raised ‘r' bars of plastic mean you can't see the full width of the head, so you can't drill or cut it fully.

I am sending the unit back for replacement (AGAIN), however, I am tempted to just take it apart when the replacement arrives and going internal. I managed to get mine open by prying the thing apart just enough to see inside, then wedging a screwdriver right up next to it and twisting so as to force it says is a freeagent pro. However, after trying with the clothes hanger and finding no other thin, long, sturdy shaft I decided ‘fine, if you don't want to come unhooked I will use physical violence!' I

Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. It is even more difficult because it is a metal casing. Change as required. === start of keepalive.vbs ==== Wscript.Echo "Starting Keep Alive" For i = 1 to 5000 Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") strPath = "W:KeepAlive" strFileName = "timestamp.log" strFile = objFSO.BuildPath(strPath, And when you insert the screwdriver, I found it better to use the hole closest to the back side, not the middle hole.

However, I didn't realize that the bottom two could be opened the way you described. Wird geladen... I had a tough time with the clips, but didn't break them, so I guess I could put another drive in and use it. exactly the same one as showin in the abv picture.

B I did the operation. So, from the front side, you will see the channel which does no good to push on. I don't even actually know if that is true because the label is standard, but they might have the serial number tracked that way. with the buzzing and the beeps, although it sounds more like clicks on mine.

If you do go with the "wire" route, it takes a considerable bit more than "gently pressing upwards" as it's in there rather good. Seriously, a metal cage around the HDD, mounted with 4 steel screws, suspended by rubber caps, wrapped in a plastic cover secured with inpenetrable metal clips, with everything wrapped in a Lisa I tried to use the method described in this write up to open the enclosure. thydzik is correct about the method to do it.

Bitte versuche es später erneut. I also found the only way to solve the problem was to install the FreeAgent software on an XP machine then configure the drive. First: note that the close up of the "wire" popping out the clip is very ambiguous because it is so close up you don't know which side of the case it Definitely, the failed drive was due to the enclosure and not the drive itself.

I popped it into a Vantec external enclosure and my random disconnections stopped. Ryan Those problematic tabs are problematic on my new 1tb FAP because they are HUGE…the tab is very deep. Attached Thumbnails Ante View Public Profile Send a private message to Ante Find More Posts by Ante 10-08-2007, 05:03 PM #4 Greg King I just kinda show up... actually pretend like you want to return it.

There are all kinds of combo cases from $12 to $150 but they all use ATA drives.I have a Fantom case with a Firewire interface with a 200 GB Seagate ATA Now, there is no actual disk failure, but $eagate will not simply drop my old disk into a new enclosure. I think that maybee this circuit is brooken. mdmsealman This is the way that I did it with out any problems.

My old notebook PC was rendered inoperable in a car accident. I started by trying to be gentle like in the instructions, but that got me nowhere.