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If you need to gain something on it you might be able to patch it together long enough to get your data. Otherwise it likely won’t hold up very long as a useful drive.
 
The tools you’ll need are not cheap! As you need a good micro-soldering microscope, a fine tip soldering iron with solder and some patching wire, Basicallywire.

Basically
, you need to solder a small jumper wire across the severed traces.
The tools you’ll need are not cheap! As you need a good micro-soldering microscope, a fine tip soldering iron with solder and some patching wire, Basicallywire.

Basically
, you need to solder a small jumper wire across the severed traces.

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Original post by: Dan ,

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If you need to gain something on it you might be able to patch it together long enough to get your data. Otherwise it likely won’t hold up very long as a useful drive.

The tools you’ll need are not cheap! As you need a good micro-soldering microscope, a fine tip soldering iron with solder and some patching wire, Basically, you need to solder a small jumper wire across the severed traces.

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