Hard drive connection pins Tags: Hard Drives Connection Toshiba Storage Last response: November 5, 2010 10:41 AM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage November 5, 2010 5:53:40 AM Hello,I have a Toshiba HD HDD2H03, 160gb...The contacts are arranged as follows: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx and 4 pins xxxx what are the 4 pins for? Are they jumper pins or power supply? More about : hard drive connection pins Hawkeye22 a c 392 G Storage November 5, 2010 10:41:29 AM The 4 pins are for a four pin power molex from the PSU. If your power supply has a SATA power connection, use it on the drive, otherwise use a standard four pin molex. DO NOT use both power connetors at the same time as it can damage the hard drive. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedConnecting a PSU which only accepts 6 pin cables to a Sata hard drive? Forum SolvedBroken Hard Drive Pins Forum how can I get my data from my 1tb toshiba external hard drive the usb port is broken the plastic around the pins one of the t Forum I connected an 8 pin power plug into the 8 pin jumper of a hard drive and turned Forum I have a Samsung HM320JI/D in my Dell Inspiron. This hard drive has flat vertical pins that snap into the connector. Are the Forum SOS problem with hard drive molex pins, help? Forum broke pins in ex hard drive Forum Broken SATA Data Pins port in Hard Drive Forum While removing sata cable of hard drive the pins snapped Forum Solvedwhat type of hard drive connection is this? Forum Pins on Hard Drive Snapped Forum Solvedconnection type in a toshiba external hard drive ? Forum Fix hard drive pins Forum Hard Drive Lost Pins Forum SolvedHow can I connect wirelessly to an external hard drive(NAS) without the internet just using laptops network adapter? Forum Hard Drive Looses Connection Forum SolvedTrying to connect laptop hard drive to desktop Forum Hard drive connection problem. Forum SolvedHard Drive connection Forum SolvedPin broke off in hard drive slot. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !