Question about i-rocks IR-9200 USB 2.0 2.5" HDD Enclosure (RETAIL) - IR9200 Drive Case
I bought a i rocks ir-9200 hdd enclosure for my 2.5" hitachi hdd drive in my dead laptop. i have come to find that the connector on the hdd doesn't match up with the connector for the hdd enclosure. on the enclosure, the connector is a 44 pin female jack, but the connector on the hdd isn't even pins. its a male slot thingy, i dont know how to describe it. its two slots (male end), one longer than the other. is there some special hdd enclosure that i have to buy to make this work or am i just out of luck?
Sorry to say that you need to return your drive to your supplier !
you have purchased a Sata HDD and the one you require is an ide hdd
Posted on May 25, 2009
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