Question about Computers & Internet
If you have a SATA HDD that connects with E-Sata, the device needs to be plugged into a power supply as well as the sata port.
If it connects via USB, your computer should just pick it up.
If it is USB and has no power supply, you may need to use a Y connector to plug it into 2 usb ports to get the power it needs
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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