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Hopefully this doesn't pose a problem with the video files being probably my guess kinda large.

Try to minimize the time between Freezer and PC ( Have the PC open and ready, if it supports hotswap have windows running).

I don't know if putting a freeze-pack on top of the drive (or a bag of peas? lachen.gif) will give you a little more time, may be worth a shot.
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Try to minimize the time between Freezer and PC ( Have the PC open and ready, if it supports hotswap have windows running).

I don't know if putting a freeze-pack on top of the drive (or a bag of peas? lachen.gif) will give you a little more time, may be worth a shot.

Yeah I will have that set up and ready, maybe I will just give it longer then 12 Hours of time. Ill try the bag of peas thing as well because why the hell not thumb.gif
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Then I will stick it in right now, just gotta get the bags! thumb.gif
How exactly does one obtain a exact PCB and to install/put it on?

Sometimes you can get them from the manufacturer. Ebay is a good source as well. It's just a matter of removing the torx screws, installing and that's it.
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