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Kearnstd
Space Elf
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join:2002-01-22
Mullica Hill, NJ
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Re: [hard drive] Does removing hard drive remove all data from l

heh wow that could be an incredibly handy thing for a computer person to have in their repair toolkit. if they come across a computer that cannot boot. just use that thing to a functional computer and save what data can be saved.
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Camelot One
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join:2001-11-21
Greenwood, IN
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That is exactly what I used to use them for. For desktops, you don't even have to pull the drive out. They are great, as long as you don't mind the slow speed of USB 2.0. Still waiting on a USB 3 version.


psafux
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join:2005-11-10
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reply to Kearnstd
said by Kearnstd:

heh wow that could be an incredibly handy thing for a computer person to have in their repair toolkit.

It is.

I have one that is sata only and one that has IDE on one side & Sata on the other. The really handy thing is that the newer versions of Ghost recognize the devices - it has made cloning laptop drives a breeze compared to in the past when there was no desktop system nearby.


Camelot One
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join:2001-11-21
Greenwood, IN
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The work with Acronis True Image as well.


dbarber

join:2000-07-25
West Chester, PA
reply to Kearnstd
said by Kearnstd:

heh wow that could be an incredibly handy thing for a computer person to have in their repair toolkit.

I bought one three or four years ago for ~ $25. It was a bargain even then. It has allowed me to access drives I wouldn't have been able to access otherwise. It works great with HDClone »www.miray.de/products/sat.hdclone.html , which I use.
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