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Where can I find this circuit board?

By redtexas
Dec 15, 2007
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  1. Hello,
    I am new to this Tech Forum site so; Howdy!
    At present my mental status is fried, so is my circuit board. Don't ask, I don't want to tell what I (yes - I) did to the circuit board. Lets just say it now has me in a very very dark place. Anyway, I need a Maxtor FISH-N-M16.301252104, Model 53073H6, 16383 Cylinders, 16 Heads, 63 Sectors Circuit Board
    I obtained mine aproximately 1994, I don't know what year these were built or how many produced (I'm really hoping there were alot)
    Thanks,
    Redtexas
     
  2. redtexas

    redtexas TS Rookie Topic Starter

    O.K., now I found my other Maxtor drive, can anyone tell me if:
    the circuit board on a DiamondMax Plus 8, 40GB, ATA/133 HDD, MFG DATE 05APRIL2003,CODE: NAR61590, LBA: 80293248, E-H011-02-3427, 6E040L0510605 AAA, S/N: E19FLJXE, K, M, C, A, AND On the board there is a number painted: E2110790903
    Can it be used for circuit board exchange with the Model 53073H6 for the purpose of data recovery?
    Thank you, Redtexas
     
  3. Daveskater

    Daveskater Banned Posts: 2,031

    Hello, redtexas, and welcome to Techspot :wave:

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    With regards to your problem, by circuit board, do you mean hard drive? PCB's (printed circuit boards) don't have cylinders, heads or sectors.
     
  4. redtexas

    redtexas TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I need a PCB (Printed Circuit Board) to match a Maxtor HDD

    You asked;
    "With regards to your problem, by circuit board, do you mean hard drive?
    PCB's (printed circuit boards) don't have cylinders, heads or sectors."

    Yes, I do need the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) for this specific Maxtor hard drive because the circuit board on my hard drive is damaged and I NEEEEED to retrieve the data from my hard drive. The lesser evil way to do this will be for me to change out the circuit board, I just have to find one of the same Maxtor HDD model as mine. I am not choosy, I'll take a whole hard drive unit, or a board alone, as long as it is the same model Maxtor that I have described in my first post. I do have a spare DiamondMax Plus 8 HDD, I don't know that it would be useable for my situation. If anyone could advise on that I will greatly appreciate the assist. Otherwise, if anyone has, or knows where I could better search for, old Maxtor HDD's and parts that too would be helpful.
    Thank you,
    Redtexas
    (P.S. I am located in Texas but I know how to buy World Wide)
     
  5. redtexas

    redtexas TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I just learned; what I need is called the Hard Drive Controller
    Thanks for understanding:)
     
  6. Mickhaag

    Mickhaag TS Rookie

    Hi Redtexas,
    I have such a board (or complete drive).
    mickhaag at gmail dot com
     
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