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Cant complete the last part of putting back the usb Enclosure
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Rock 5.25" USB 2.0 & Firewire Enclosure Like the HD506, the Rock 5.25" is also the bigger "brother" of the Rock 3.5" enclosure we sell but this version has the benefit of support your CD and DVD reader/writers and its got a built in fan as well. try this model of enclosure it depends on hdd connection you could go for a diffirent model hope this has helped you
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
No the drive is not customized at all. It is a standard SATA Data and Power connector. However, if it was already mounted in a laptop chances are the laptop manufacturer may have put an adapter on the connector end to allow for tight right angle insertion into the laptop chassis which isn't possible with the stock connectors without leaving the drive loose in it's slot.
If this is the case grabbing the connector and pulling straight away from the drive should pop it loose and reveal the stock SATA connectors under it.
If you're having troubles removing this peice, comment back with the make and model# of the laptop it came out of and I'll see if I can pull a diagram for you.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
It took me a lot of digging to try and find a driver download. You can try the UHD25-80GB driver (this is for Windows 98, but you can try to see if it fixes the problem): http://www.samsungpleomax.com/sup_03_01.asp?page=2&fcate=Driver+download&scate=Storage+Media&tcate=HDD&scateg=Storage%20Media&tcateg=HDD. Direct link to zip file: http://www.samsungpleomax.com/sup/cs/HDD-driver-2500-80GB%20DRIVER.zip
Also, specs indicate that you need USB 2.0 or 1.1. I had problems connecting via a 4-port hub (that was supposed to support USB 2.0) so ended up connecting directly via my computer USB ("Enhanced" = 2.0) slot, which seemed to work fine.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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