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SATA 3.5" 2.5" IDE 3 in 1 to USB 2.0 Cable Adaptor UK Click here to view full size. Full Size ImageClick to close full size. Item Description
Product Attributes: Condition: New
Chipset Model: N/A
Colour: Blue
Retail Price: ?39.99 (including shipping fee)
Warranty: 3 years

Features:


Quickly access SATA / IDE 3.5" (40-pin) / IDE 2.5" (44-pin) device by USB port
Support hard drive, CR-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-RW
Support 52x CD-ROM
Compliant with SATA 1.0a Electrical Specifications
Compliant with USB2.0 Electrical Specifications
Compliant with Bulk-Only Transport Specifications
Compliant with USB Mass Storage Class
Support ATA/ATAI LBA 48bit addressing mode
Support SATA spread-spectrum transmitter
Support SATAI Asynchronous Notification (Hot Plug) feature
Support 480Mbps High Speed and 12Mbps Full Speed USB operation
Come with power supply adapter
Power input: 100~240VAC, 50/60Hz, 2A
Power output: 12V, 2A and 5V, 2A

System Requirements:


One available USB port

Microsoft? Windows? 98se/Me/2000/XP

64MB RAM (96MB recommended)

Package Contents:


1 x USB 2.0 to SATA / IDE Adapter Cable
1 x Driver CD
1 x Power Adapter (100~240VAC)
1 x Power Cord (UK 3 Pin Lead)
1 x SATA 50cm Data Cable
1 x SATA Power Adapter Cable
1 x English Menu

Hi,

I have a dead 40 Gig IBM Deskstar 2000 model. Made in Hungary.

I need to try to get info from it if poss and wondered if anyone has any experience of ATA to USB connectors?

Would this be suitable to TRY to get info into new machine or do they have problems.

PS The hard drive wouldn't boot up and I suspect its terminal with the scratch scratch sound it gives but I figure to try shaking it, banging it, turning it upside-down MIGHT work.

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