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Old 23rd March, 2006, 03:57 PM
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Originally Posted by madcatmk3
try the screws but you can get low power magents. Most harddrives even have small pellets that seem magnetic to me, there in a smal container so as long as you have your HDD and or magnets on a plasic surface it shouldn't be a problem. try using small UV plexi smaples.
the read/write arm in all hdd have a very powerful magnet that allows the
arm/head to move freely. I take hdds apart and use these magnets for the
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