Question about PNY P-HD12GU20-RF MaxFile USB 2.0 Micro (12 GB) Hard Drive
You should be able to buy a USB enclosure from any well stocked independant computer store or online store, i.e. NewEgg or TigerDirect, to put that HDD in. I believe they are available for any standard or laptop IDE/SATA HDD. The enclosure should come with the cabling/connections to install the drive. If the drive is still functional, it should be "plug and play" once you put it into a new enclosure.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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