Question about Casio Cassiopeia E-125 Pocket PC
Posted by Anonymous on
Theoretically it is possible. You would have to get/rig up a cf to ide connector. Pinouts are available on the net. Rig your hard disk in an enclosure such that your HDD from the PC is well buffered against shocks during your car ride. Personally though I feel you are asking for trouble with an extremely high probability of head crash & rendering your HDD totally unusable.
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