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You will have to perform a master reset on the phone
1 From the Xperia 10 Home screen, tap the applications bar. 2 Tap Settings > SD card & phone storage > Factory data reset > Reset phone. 3 Enter your screen unlock pattern. 4 Tap Erase everything.
This will delete everything on the phone including contact and picture if it is saved to thte phone memory. After it has resetted what you will have to do is setup and create a new account with gmail. Hope this will solve your problem.
Didn't the keychain come with a mini CD or mini DVD on which were drivers and instructions?
That should give you everything you need to put the photos on the keychain.
If you didn't get it, then contact the manufacturer to get them to send you what you need.
I take it your hard drive is IDE. Most enclosures only support 3,5" inch harddrives with either SATA or IDE interfaces. A notebook's HDD can have the IDE interface but it's way smaller than the standard.
There is an option however, it isn't necessarily an enclosure. You can look for the A.C. Ryan uDrive. It's a USB device which allows you to connect harddisks or optical drives from three different interfaces without the hassle of building in the drive in an enclosure.