ESATA: Can you connect internal hard drive to it? Tags: SATA Connection Hard Drives Motherboards Storage Last response: February 6, 2011 3:18 PM in Storage Share StrikeEagle15E February 3, 2011 4:55:57 PM I have an Intel motherboard with eSATA port on the motherboard (right next to a bunch of SATA connectors). Can I use the eSATA port like I would use the SATA port? With the same SATA cable? Just want to connect another internal hard drive. More about : esata connect internal hard drive Ubrales a c 101 V Motherboard a c 120 G Storage February 6, 2011 3:18:41 PM Short answer - yes. You may need the appropriate connectors for doing this. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to Connect to an Esata internal hard Drive? Forum SolvedConnecting Internal Sata Drive to Exteneral eSata port. Forum ESATA -> internal optical drive connection Forum SolvedCan not connect esata hard drive to computer sata port Forum Hard drive to connect via eSATA and ethernet simultaneously Forum Do you have to configure an esata external hard drive before you connect it to a Forum Connect hard drive to eSata plug without cabinet? Forum Can not connect esata hard drive to computer sata port Forum What cables do i need to connect a sata 2.5 inch internal hard drive to an asus motherboard. Forum How do i connect my old internal hard drive to my new laptop Forum SolvedExternal Hard drive Partition not recognized when connected as internal Forum How to connect internal hard drive! Forum Cable to connect my laptop internal hard drive to another laptop Forum Computer cannot detect internal hard drive connected to usb! Forum How can i connect 3 internal hard drives and 1 dvd writer in my pc Forum SolvedESATA to SATA question for internal optical drive. Forum How to connect internal hardisk to a computer through esata port Forum use external esata drive as internal harddrive Forum I cloned my hard drive, now cant connect to interner Forum Connecting external hard drive on internal SATA ports Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !