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I accidentally connected my PC cabinet fan power plug into my SATA hard disk power, causing the HD power connector to spark. After that, my PC isn't recognizing the HDD and there's no power reaching it. How can I recover my data? Is it fried?
Hi, Question 1 - I want to move from an IDE hard drive to SATA. I'm using a Gigabyte GA 7N400 Pro 2 motherboard and although it says its SATA compatiable, would this mean I can use SATA 2 drives on there too? I'm not sure of the differences. Question 2 - When installing Vista would I need a...
what edition of ESX can install on SATA Hard disk?