Internal hard drive

  LEEDASH 20:36 07 Apr 11

Hi,I have a old internal hard drive,which was out my Pc tower,now I own a laptop,how can you connect the hard drive to the laptop,can you buy a wire/connector/USB to sort this ???

  Batch 20:48 07 Apr 11

You can get just cables, but you are probably best buying a USB caddy to put the drive in. You need to determine whether the old drive is IDE or SATA type and get a cable or caddy for that type.

If you just want to use the space on the old drive for storing things you might be better off buying a complete external drive - they are not expensive - see click here)

  northumbria61 20:58 07 Apr 11

There's a dual "Caddy" here which accepts both SATA and IDE drives click here

  Batch 08:52 08 Apr 11

BTW, as it is from a desktop PC, if you are going down the caddy route, the disk is almost certainly a 3.5" form factor (laptop disks are 2.5" form factor).

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