01-17-2011 09:36 AM
I thought u are paid moderator for/of Seagate,one thing i know about internet that why people help other for no reason.
i myself also do it at PS2 scenes.
Ok dude i 'll try to buy higher wattage supply but still i'll buy second hand but recent model.
U didn't answer the question, not asking for me.
01-17-2011 04:31 PM
You want at least a 350w one, and a good brand, 350w no name psu will be almost as bad as the one you have now, so don't waste your money.
Look for OCZ,Antec,Corsair,Seasonic branded ones.
Now, what question was it, you've asked a few and I thought I'd replied to them all, so just that one question in the next reply, and I'll do my best to answer it for you.
01-18-2011 02:14 AM
There's no issues with using a converter, it simple makes one interface fit another, I did say that two posts ago if you notice.
01-18-2011 06:36 AM - edited 01-18-2011 06:36 AM
01-20-2011 09:56 AM
Yes you can use that, but it might not do it as well as a low level, iirc Seatools DOS has this function, so it would be best if you did it through that, but by all means use the HDDpro one, it won't do any harm to the drive, let me know how it goes, and thx for the K's
01-29-2011 06:22 AM
01-29-2011 07:53 AM
It's saying a cable error, this is what I was telling you earlier, it could be the sata cable, but it could also be the psu lead to the drive, a PC is a very sensitive machine, if you put cheap petrol in it, it will misfire and that's why I think you are getting the warnings, your temps are rather high as well, mine never get much past 18 and as I type it's only 13 degrees.