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I know that some of the raptor drives did not have the SATA power and data ports in the standard area, since they are using a smaller 2.5in drive in a heat sink type cradle. Unfortunately you would need to remove the backplane circuit board if you wanted to mount it in the hot swap bay, and it would not quite be hot swappable.
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I know that some of the raptor drives did not have the SATA power and data ports in the standard area, since they are using a smaller 2.5in drive in a heat sink type cradle. Unfortunately you would need to remove the backplane circuit board if you wanted to mount it in the hot swap bay, and it would not quite be hot swappable.

 

Thanks Ram Guy but I did fix the problem, didn't put it into the hot swappable backplane did use the 2 bottom HDD area and fits fine without issues.

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