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Mine did not come with a power adaptor which means it only supports "bus powered" 2.5" devices.
RonL
· July 13, 2016
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The latest version of the Samsung Data Migration for Consumer SSD software supports Windows 10. Download it from the Samsung website.
REV
· July 30, 2016
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this thing can read whatever data that is inside your hard drive as long as your hard drive is working fine. i am not sure about how do you recover your data. Also you have to make sure that hard drive is not using ide port.
CL LI
· June 5, 2016
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You can connect it, but you won't be able to read it. The PS3 uses a proprietary filesystem, so it will look like a blank, unformatted drive to your computer.
TinyZombie
· October 9, 2017
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dos patas
rudyb
· July 26, 2019
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I'm not sure why it's cheaper, but I do know that Sabrent products are top notch. My guess is that StarTech is gouging since the got the "Amazon's Choice" award for no good reason.
JayVee
· August 1, 2018
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Connect your 2.5" sata hard drive to the adapter and open your window explorer your will see your external drive mapped, from that point you can start transferring files to the external hard drive or from external to your PC internal drive.
PetaSale
Seller · May 6, 2016
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If your ssd reader is connected to lenovo yogoa 2 pro and you have another USB port for the Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD you can transfer anything you want to.
PetaSale
Seller · May 6, 2016
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If you are using a new SSD drive or an HDD, you need to initialize it first and then format it. You can search for "how to initialize an external hard drive" for directions on this. Instructions vary a bit between Windows 10, 7, and Vista.). If this is not your problem, it is also slightly possible that your new Sabre… see more If you are using a new SSD drive or an HDD, you need to initialize it first and then format it. You can search for "how to initialize an external hard drive" for directions on this. Instructions vary a bit between Windows 10, 7, and Vista.). If this is not your problem, it is also slightly possible that your new Sabrent device is at fault. I bought 3 and one doesn't work. To test yours, try reading a drive (from someone else?) on another computer that has a USB 3 port. USB 3 plugs and ports have a color of plastic inside other than black - often it is blue. If you can detect (read) another drive on another computer with this adapter, it is not the problem. When initializing a drive, you should try to avoid having any other drives or flash sticks plugged in to help avoid initializing the wrong one by mistake (erasing it completely!). When you get to the step where you see a box showing all the drives on the computer (even the cd/DVD drive), you should see the new drive listed (at the bottom maybe). The capacity listed should be just a bit smaller than what your new drive is rated. Then you can right click on the horizontal rectangular box for that drive and choose initialize. see less If you are using a new SSD drive or an HDD, you need to initialize it first and then format it. You can search for "how to initialize an external hard drive" for directions on this. Instructions vary a bit between Windows 10, 7, and Vista.). If this is not your problem, it is also slightly possible that your new Sabrent device is at fault. I bought 3 and one doesn't work. To test yours, try reading a drive (from someone else?) on another computer that has a USB 3 port. USB 3 plugs and ports have a color of plastic inside other than black - often it is blue. If you can detect (read) another drive on another computer with this adapter, it is not the problem. When initializing a drive, you should try to avoid having any other drives or flash sticks plugged in to help avoid initializing the wrong one by mistake (erasing it completely!). When you get to the step where you see a box showing all the drives on the computer (even the cd/DVD drive), you should see the new drive listed (at the bottom maybe). The capacity listed should be just a bit smaller than what your new drive is rated. Then you can right click on the horizontal rectangular box for that drive and choose initialize.
Allan Morrill
· May 20, 2017
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Yes and you can resolve the issue by clicking on the appropriate button to take control of the file or folder. When the warning window pops up just select the "ok" or whatever button it displays and you will have control.
Antero Medeiros
· April 24, 2016