Question about Seagate FreeAgent Go 120GB External USB 2.0 Hard Drive
You'll need to take it apart desolder existing cable and solder a new one (standart you can get in any sho).
Note: If you'll mix up wires than you can damage your motherboard or hard drive itself.
Take it apart, remove hard drive, buy a new 2.5" SATA Caddy and fit you hard drive to it.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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