[clug] Seagate ST340810A logic board?

Grant Allen gxallen at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 05:14:20 GMT 2008

Robert Edwards wrote:
> Hi all,
> Colleague at work has a 40GB Seagate drive (ST340810A) with a logic
> board that "smokes" when power is applied. Of course, it has all his
> digital piccies that haven't been backed up forever.
> Anyone have an equivalent drive that I could "borrow" the logic board
> from to get his photos off? Note, the borrowed board may end up smoking
> as well, so don't offer a precious "in production" drive (please).
> The logic board is a little unusual in shape - looks like the plan
> view of a grand piano (sort of).
> Cheers,
> Bob Edwards.


Closest I have is an ST340014A, which is the 7200rpm equivalent of your 
request ... probably not suitable, but you're welcome to it.  I do see 
pricegrabber.com and other sites listing refurb'ed ST340810A's for about 
$US30 ... if your friend gets desperate, there's an option.


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