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Karlsweldt wrote:Those "super" glue types would not be the best for affixing a data cable socket. Better would be some hot glue around its base. Best would be an epoxy type adhesive.
Note the other SATA sockets, there is a 'key' at one end of the center strip. Ensure that all sockets are mounted the same way, then gently press the socket straight down to the board surface.There are only 7 connection pins for the original SATA cable. The e-SATA connections total 15. If all the pins are still straight and intact, you may be lucky.
Hardware Junkie wrote:Hot glue is your best bet. I see a lot of people using this in the PC world to secure cables for systems that are being shipped.
A lot of hot glue melts plastic so be careful if you go that route.
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