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@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide [guide|67695] Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.
 
=== Update (11/04/2017) ===
 
There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement. It is most likely a 2060-771754-000 Rev A and the board is available for around $50USD. If it is, be aware that this board may use two BIOS IC's that need to be transferred from the old controller to the new one. We can find out more when we know for sure what version your PCB is.
 
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=== Update (11/05/2017) ===
 
Thank you for posting the last image. Yes you can get that http://www.hddzone.com/wd-2060771754000-pcb-p-319.html board to replace your controller.

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@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide [guide|67695] Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.
 
=== Update (11/04/2017) ===
 
There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement. It is most likely a 2060-771754-000 Rev A and the board is available for around $50USD$50USD. If it is, be aware that this board may use two BIOS IC's that need to be transferred from the old controller to the new one. We can find out more when we know for sure what version your PCB is.
There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement. It is most likely a 2060-771754-000 Rev A and the board is available for around $50USD$50USD. If it is, be aware that this board may use two BIOS IC's that need to be transferred from the old controller to the new one. We can find out more when we know for sure what version your PCB is.
 
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@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide [guide|67695] Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.
 
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There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement[image|1236038replacement. It is most likely a 2060-771754-000 Rev A and the board is available for around $50USD

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There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement[image|1236038replacement. It is most likely a 2060-771754-000 Rev A and the board is available for around $50USD

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@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Hitachi+GST+Deskstar+HDS721010CLA332+Hard+Drive++Controller+Replacement/67695[guide|67695] Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.

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There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement[image|1236038]
@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Hitachi+GST+Deskstar+HDS721010CLA332+Hard+Drive++Controller+Replacement/67695[guide|67695] Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.

=== Update (11/04/2017) ===

There should be a board number under the EMI shielding. That is the one needed to find a replacement[image|1236038]

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@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Hitachi+GST+Deskstar+HDS721010CLA332+Hard+Drive++Controller+Replacement/67695 Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.
@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe. take a look at this guide https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Hitachi+GST+Deskstar+HDS721010CLA332+Hard+Drive++Controller+Replacement/67695 Also it is a different drive the principle is still the same.

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@loic92 yes it can be done but it is not as simple. you do need to find the exact board. Post some images of your board with your question Those have to be good and clear images use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Once you have the board (keeping our fingers crossed that we can help you find one) you will also have to re solder the BIOS IC from the old board to the new board. Only that way will your computer recognize the drive as yours and your data will remain safe.

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