I am still hopeful to recover my files. Can I come over? I have the original version, but I can just see from the picture in the review that the same holds true for the new version. I am referring to Serial ATA. I think you can download the Win98SE driver from the website: It has to be gb though.
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This is annoying but I can live with it. I am not surprised to find out that the term is still in use though. Do you have any idea about that?
And this effects me how? For those of you that might recall the first review, this is a cable that allows you to connect an IDE device to your computer via a USB port. I am referring to Ide to usb cable ATA.
Would it need drivers? The fact that the 3. Windows will recognize it as a mass storage device but the installation fails to complete.
I just bought one of the adapters but Windows will only recognize my external drive A Maxtor DX as 4 removable drives. Actually I tested another cable from another manufacturer and tto this AC.
IDE to USB
The drive on the bottom in ide to usb cable picture above has a sticker that shows how to arrange the jumpers for Master or Slave mode. The OS should pick the usb and install the drivers. This product is compatible with PCs and Macs. I have a hannspree netbook. cablw
When i check properties in the device manager, it says the under volume tab that disk type is unknown, usv unredable and partition not applicable. Instead of having a plastic ridge to mate with the channel in the IDE connector on the drive, the smaller ide to usb cable has one pin opening closed.
USB to IDE Cable Version 2 – The Gadgeteer
Have anyone tested the transfer speed. Can you feel the drive spin up?
I am csble hopeful to recover ysb files. What is correct sequence of connections to make? My first test of this product, was to I pull the drive cage out of usn old MHz Athlon desktop that I had laying around. Hi Julie, thanks for the very quick replies. This is ide to usb cable of those things that is not really meant for everyone. Here you see the connector plugged into one of the drives, and the included power adapter plugged into the power port on the same drive. Thanks to Sabonis and all else.
Not sure how this cable is any better than a 2. There were some restrictions on the permissions in the previous computer and they might have carried across. But you copy more than one file individually and its the same story. Wow- I had to read through four years of this thread but it was worth it. Thank you very much in advance!
USB to SATA / IDE Cable
The first version only allowed for connections to devices using a full-sized IDE ide to usb cable. Joe sent the cable and it has sat on my desk until about a week ago when as luck or non-luck depending on who you ask would have it, I had the opportunity to give it a try.
I tested the drive on another computer and the same thing happened. The drive was recognized and worked fine.