Ответ на "Thermal sensor in hard disk replacement"If the original poster could add how thery fixed th eproblem i'd be grateful. I have the same problem. I changed a 500g Seagate to a 1G seagate...and now my fan is running on full..wondering if i need to reverse the cable or simply modify a setting. Regards; mac Update: Thanks Dan. I opened up the mac again and could not find any cable that I might have missed. I also called seagate ( the 500g i removed was a barracuda 7200...as was Th.e1TB i installed) and they have NO idea that is compatible with mac or if there is a setting that could be adjusted. Rather than order a cable set and have to go in deeper on the board - i downloaded HDD Fan control....works great. I appreciate your reply however. Thanks mac
Ответ на "Fan running in full speed"I have a similar problem but for a different reason. I have a 21 inch Imac and i recently changed the 500g HD for a 1G. In the procedure it noted to be aware of the fan control connector position on the HD, and that installing reverse would cause it to run on high. I think i read it wrong however.....i put it back in the original orientation and now my fan is on high all the time. Does it make sense to have to reverse the fan cable orientation when changing drives? OR - am i missing the point all together....i am thinking the thermal sensor is the 4 pin connector on the hard drive next to the sata and power connectors? Are there versions of drives out there where there are more than 4 pins? Cheers Mac Step 10 — Hard Drive ¶ Before disconnecting the thermal sensor cable, take note of its orientation. It is extremely important to reinstall the connector reversed from the current orientation so the fans will not run at full speed. Disconnect the thermal sensor by pulling its connector away from the side of...