On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 09:03:21 -0700
Jeremy Chadwick wrote:

> Upon opening the enclosure (and violating the warranty), I found that
> the 2" long ATA33 cable (which was amusing in itself since the device
> claimed to support ATA100/ATA133 speeds) connecting the drive to the
> ATA<->USB backplane had a couple copper wires exposed, and two of the
> wire crimping pins were actually sticking outside of the 40-pin
> connector.

yeah...not surprised at all.... that's why I try to get the ones you can see
all the bits , no closed hardware BlueEyes seem to be quite reliable...
/me looks around for some wood...

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