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I don't quite understand what you are asking?
If you have a SATA drive then you need to connect it to a computer that has a SATA interface. You obviously also need to power it from that computer.
Since you haven't told me what the problem is or what the 'other' computer is, I can't really give you much more info.
Assuming you have a SATA interface on the 'other computer' and you have a suitable power cable adaptor from 5-pin to 15-pin (which you may be able to take off of the Dell) then of course you can connect the drive.
Are you are asking, is it possible to boot the other computer using this drive - answer unlikely.
Are you asking is it possible to connect this drive as a 2nd hard disk onto the 'other computer' and get the data off of it? Answer - yes.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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