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Sorry for asking again, can I use a schottky diode instead of a standard diode?
Thank you for the information :D I really appreciated it., One last very last question though, can I minimize the use of the fuses? or not? I'm really sorry if this question is very silly but an informative answer is very much appreciated :D
Thank you for the information :D I realy appreciated it.
The red is 5v right? and it is the one with more current than the other voltage output that's why putting a dummy to get a stable output is needed, does it mean I can still use it like to fan the LM137 or another USB port or anything that uses 5v am I right? BTW I love your project, very precise instructions and I salute the arrangements. One more question though, is it worth to increase the capacitance with larger capacitors and use powerful variable transistors relatively to the potentiometer, I know it is answerable only by myself but just ensuring it's worth since you are more experienced than I am.
Is the dummy load necessary? or can I use it as an another output?
Is there a way to bypass R/W heads to make the HDD Motor to spin without it because I think that the Built-In Circuit Board (Motor Controller w/ Data Interpreter) requires the response of the head, Thank you in advance, Nice Idea thou :D
I have a dead TOSHIBA HDD 170 GB with two platters, the problems is it has two transducers (R/W) making it impossible to put another extra platter, can you tell more about the details about tricking the controller? Thank you in advance