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Cables To Go 17705 Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter (Black)

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17705

 | Catalog #: 55010640
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Product Summary

Share your files.

Transfer files between a laptop to a desktop with the Cables To Go Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter. Simply attach your laptop's 2.5" drive to this adapter and connect the adapter to a USB 2.0 to IDE drive adapter (not included). Then plug the USB to IDE adapter into an available USB port on your desktop. Your 2.5" drive will appear as a logical drive, enabling you to pull files directly back and forth, thanks to Cables To Go™.

  • Features 44-pin female to 40-pin male connectors
  • Connects your 2.5" notebook IDE hard drive to a 40-pin IDE cable
  • Transfer files to and from your laptop to your desktop quickly and easily
  • Retrieve files from a laptop that won't start up
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Manufacturer Warranty

  • Parts: 1 lifetime
  • Labor: 1 lifetime
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Cables To Go 17705 Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter (Black)
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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    5.0

    got exactly what I needed. Great

    By Battle007

    from NC

    About Me Value Oriented

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable construction
    • Highly Compatible
    • Reliable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Computer Equipment

      Comments about Cables To Go 17705 Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter (Black):

      used product to connect notebook hard drive to desktop.

      • Primary use:
      • Personal

      (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Transfer cable

      By Justin

      from neenah Wi

      About Me Quality Oriented

      Pros

      • Highly Compatible

      Cons

      • Limited Compatibility

      Best Uses

      • Computer Equipment

      Comments about Cables To Go 17705 Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter (Black):

      Do you knwo if this will plug into my xbox 360 hard drive

      • Primary use:
      • Personal

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Works as advertised

      By Scott

      from Southern California

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      Pros

      • Durable construction
      • Highly Compatible
      • Reliable
      • Strong Connection Points

      Cons

      • Needs better instructions

      Best Uses

      • Computer Equipment

      Comments about Cables To Go 17705 Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter (Black):

      I had a hard drive from a dead laptop from which I needed the data. This did the trick. Used it to connect inside a desktop machine. Connection goes easily, although because of the machine's architecture it was a tight fit and required a bit of gymnastics. But the desktop didn't recognize the hard drive at first because I needed to add a jumper. (I thought I would, but had conflicting information about this.) Had to find the jumper settings on line (and a spare jumper). Installed it and reinstalled the drive. Works just fine. Would like better instructions (or at least a better translation into English of the existing instruction, but this is not a device that a novice is likely to use, anyway).

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      • Business

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