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Another option you have, would be to purchase an external enclosure for the hard drive and it would then connect via USB cable. These enclosures are usually about $30, and the device works quite well as an external drive as long as you have USB 2.0
This would enable you to access all the information on that drive *and* you could use it as a backup drive for your main hard drive as well.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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