NEC – D3142, Old hard drive from 1991

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Video from my old channel, thats why the quality is so bad

Trying to get the good old NEC D3142 back to life but its dead


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C: DOS says:

What was wrong with this drive?

taborgate says:

I remember tearing apart a dead NEC D2363 I got out of a Convex C1, but to my surprise did not have a stepper, it actually had a voice coil. The magnets were so strong they were mounted to 3/4" aluminum bracket. I had to use my car and a tree to separate them. When I picked them up, rocks were sticking to them.

thealternativeJ says:

The way they attached the head to the stepper motor is very odd!

AIO inc. says:

Ah yes, these drives. They had a nice seeking sound, but they were more unreliable than Kaloks. I have mine in the vague hope that some day I'll find a replacement controller board for it, but that's unlikely since these drives (in working order) can go for upwards of $500.

These are some of the higher performance range of stepper drives, a fairly respectable access time.

Вячеслав Мясников says:

i am too have this drive!

Conner's Computer Camp (C^3) says:

what was the old channel name? I remember seeing this video…

mima14031985 says:

I have this one 🙂

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