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« on: May 10, 2009, 04:57:15 PM »

Hi,
 
 
I was recently working on my computer. I have two 500G SATA hard drives. I plugged in the power cord for the SATA, which is the thin flat one and the SATA cord. But I also plugged in the jumper. For plugging in the jumper i used a 6 pin cord i found connected to other devcies in the computer. I know i shouldnt have done it but i did. And now my computer wont read the hard drives and also other computers wont read the hard drives. I was just wondering if you could explain to me how the hard drives could crash from this. im just wondering because i dont want it to happen again because now i have to go and get a new hard drive and I also lost some information which sucks. Could you just explain everything that could have gone wrong and also if there was a way to fix it how could i do it.
Thanks So Much
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