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My old Dell HD will not fit in HP w/vista

Ok, I purchsed a HP and the fire dogs said my Harddrive from my dell will not fit in the new HP so it was placed in a harddrive enclosure IDE (ATA) hard disk drive HI-SPEED USB 2.0 Motle NHDE35 I can get the HP vista to see it but cant get any of my information off the drive and the instructions just tell how to install it what do I do, I have over 2k photos on it and all my contact information such nas email address in outlook and vista don't use outlook, My email is saroark@kc.rr.com please help

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  • stever1958 May 10, 2008

    yes it was XP, were do I get the drivers?

  • linmcb344 Jun 21, 2008

    I bought nextech portable hard drive enclosure NHDE25 for my dell inspiron 6000 with XP hard drive. I have to connect it to my HP with Vista. Can this be done or not?

  • dchinid Sep 23, 2008

    I'm trying to use a Compaq 2.5 hard drive w/ XP in my NHDE25, and my new HP w/ Vista won't recognize it. Looks like a driver problem, but I can't find any. If you have any ideas, I'm at dchinid@juno.com. Thanks!

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I had a similar problem running a Maxtor 45 gig HD under Vista using the Nexxtech enclosure, It finally worked when I set the Maxtor 45 (in the enclosure) to "master" using the jumper.
Try it!!

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I see..well..was the old hard drive running xp by chance?..seems that with the new vista, that each application would need to be upgraded with drivers to pull the old data..another option is to use a data recovery service.

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