Damaged Jumper and 4-pin power connector what should I do?

My 200GB Maxtor stopped working on me a few months along with my 20GB hard drive also from Maxtor I couldn’t figure out why this driver isn’t working so I bought a new hard drive to make long tread short I took a picture of the back of the with my mom’s digital camera I zoom up the picture on my mom’s camera only to find that the 4-pin power is also damaged. I can’t see why it won’t work in the new case that my mom paid for.

http://img197.imageshack.us/img197/5513/rscn0764.jpg

Don't ask how this happened ok? I don't how the 4-pin power connector is damaged and no I didn't drop it on the floor.
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  1. You screwed it real tight. Which casing do you have?

    two other possible answers, you dropped it :P, or extreme heat.
  2. Fetal said:
    You screwed it real tight. Which casing do you have?

    two other possible answers, you dropped it :P, or extreme heat.


    It was a dell dimension 4400 case with a dell dimension 4500 motherboard and no I never drop it dude I never dropped a hard drive in my life. :pfff: [:bohleyk:5]
  3. what happened then?

    and did you saw this similey -->:p
  4. Fetal said:
    what happened then?

    and did you saw this similey -->:p


    What that mean I'm a idiot?
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