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Originally Posted by MCCSolutions View Post

When you remove a HDD PCB it is separate from the sealed Hard drive its self, there is no chance of contamination, it just has strikes for connection to the PCB and thats it, swapping a PCB is a breeze.....

Heh, yeah I get it now. I never thought components on the PCB on the outside of the drive would have an issue. I've never run into that. My current issue is that I broke the stupid sata connector on the drive on the system I'm working on. Luckily it's an older 80GB drive but it still upsets me. Drives might be cheaper than ever, but they still aren't cheap.
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