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Hi! My laptop's motherboard fried, I mean fried! Anyway, since it was a Compaq, and not really even worth fixing, I took all the hardware out of it like the harddrive, dvd drive, etc... My question is this; Will the 2.5" Rocketfish Hard Drive enclosure allow me to install my old harddrive in it and then open the info on that harddrive on my new computer? I have many pictures of my son and family that I must recover. I would be crushed if they were gone forever! Any thoughts about getting the info off that old harddrive? Thanks. Eric
As long as you have a compatible cable to connect your drive i suggest an external 2.5 caddy that works usb then any data you have will be accesable
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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