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 Post subject: idea for the hd rack..
PostPosted: 23.01.2004 17:25 
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u said to make sure we tightened the screws tight enough, so that the top HD wont fall on the bottom HD.

well, what if u fliped those things there where holding them up, around, so that the smaller opening was on top, only allowing the harddrive to drop so far.

has anybody else thought of this?

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PostPosted: 24.01.2004 03:49 
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can u plz show us some diagrams? paint'll do

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PostPosted: 24.01.2004 10:09 
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japala stated to tighten the screws tight enough so that the top HD doesnt fall on the bottom HD.

if you look at the HD Rack itself, u see a 25 pinned serial port opening on top.
wich allows the hard drive to fall down that far. but if u put the 9 pin on top, it wont be able to fall down, unless ofcourse the screws break.

do you see what i mean?


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I see what you mean. But either way if the hard drive falls the disk could be damaged.
If you would take the top drive down and let it rest on the lower part and cut the upper part off then it would be alot safer.
Understand what I mean?

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PostPosted: 10.02.2004 18:26 
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That is exactly what i was trying to say.

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