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Western Digital PCB Board 2060-771852-001 REV A Ref#1054

Part number:

Western Digital 2.5" PCB
On Board Part Number: 2060-771852-001 REV A
Main Controller IC: 88i9346-TFJ2

ONE WD 2.5" SATA PCB Board only.

Item condition:
Used. Pulled out from working hard drive,low used time,
We guarantee the PCB 100% tested and perfectly.

We guarantee the PCB 100% tested and workable; Please check the PCB number and compare the board with your original one carefully before purchase!
In most cases, you need to move your original BIOS chip into the new board to make it work!!
please contact us if you have any questions;

Returns Policy:
If the board DOA - then full refund or replace.
If board did not work out please feel free to ship it back - board should be in the same condition with the same ROM.
After receiving and testing it we will refund you minus our shipping expenses and restocking fee 20%.

****Western Digital or Seagate Hard Drive PCB Swap Replacement Guide****:

Match the board number which is etched on the PCB. The number is printed on the PCB's back side (the side without chips)

1. We should know not every HDD's problem is caused by damaged PCB. Damaged PCB has the below symptoms:
Damaged PCB always has the obvious burnt marks.
The HDD can't spin. You can't hear any noise or just hear a tick sound, which means the PCB is probably faulty.

Which HDD's problems are not caused by PCB:
HDD has a buzzing voice or a sound like it is trying to spin.
HDD can spin. However, it makes a lower clicking noise. It spins for a moment and then slow down.
HDD will power up normally (no ticking noises, errors etc) but will not be recognized by the computer
HDD will power up normally and be recognized correctly but will report a size of 0 bytes
HDD will power up but report SMART errors on boot

2. In most cases, swap PCB is not directly change the fault PCB with the donor PCB. Should confirm the donor PCB should be adapted for the HDD.
Most HDD boards have the BIOS (ROM or NVRAM chip) which includes the unique data to access the HDD system area. If the BIOS information is not compatible with your HDD, there is no way to read the HDD's data. Because of this, we should use the original PCB's BISO when we swap PCB.

BIOS is the 8pins (4 pins on each sides) with 25P05VP、25P10VP、25F512、25F1024、25F1024AN、SST25VF512、SST25VF010, etc.

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 22 May, 2015.

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