Solved ESATA HBA to SATA 2 HDD Tags: Homebuilt SATA Connection Hard Drives Compatibility Systems Last response: April 19, 2010 6:08 AM in Systems Share helitha April 18, 2010 7:30:18 AM Hello ,I want to buy a eSATA HBA wanting to use it to connect a SATA2 HDD. Is it possible or compatible. Thanks For Any Help. More about : esata hba sata hdd Best solution tecmo34 a b B Homebuilt system April 19, 2010 12:55:11 AM Yes, you can use one to hook up a SATA2 HDD but you'll also need to find a power source for your HDD. Standard HDD's require a power supply source to power them. It will work with no issues on an External Enclosure with an eSATA connection. Share helitha April 19, 2010 6:08:33 AM Best answer selected by helitha. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can I connect an internal HDD SATA2 through the eSATA? Forum SolvedI want a top quality reliablle 4 bay external hdd case which can handle 4 x 4tb hdd's and also offer e-sata as well as USB 3.0 Forum Solvedsata hdd through eSata port Forum SolvedProblem Solving, Laptop HDD to E-sata, will SDD fit in laptop Forum SolvedMotherboard specifies "eSATA" - My HDD is "SATA" Forum SolvedCan I use Esata with normal SATA HDD? Forum ESATA to SATA Cable - HDD not detected Forum Two SATA HDDs connected using a Black Duet HDD Docking Station via eSATA to my L Forum P5Q PRO: need help to detect external HDD via e-SATA after booting Forum P5Q Deluxe - HDD in eSata not listed in sata list, normal? Forum SATA RAID Controller or HBA: questions and request for recommendations Forum How to connect SATA hdd with eSATA enclosure to a notebook? Forum Updating SATA3 SSD via laptop eSATA2 ExpressCard or USB2/USB3 adaptors Forum 6 onboard sata AND esata AMD2+ mobo reqd Forum SolvedSwapping my HDD (sata3) with my optical drive(sata2) to open up room for SSD Forum SolvedQUESTION: Raid 1 with 2 ambigious Sata HDD and 1 SSD for OS Forum E.SATA & USB 2.0 Forum 2.5" External HDD with 1 TB storage and eSATA capability Forum SolvedHow to to make working 3.5"HDD cheap 2.0 USB Chinese SATA enclosure with 1 tb SATA HDD in it. Forum SolvedBrand new PC that runs windows XP SP3 wont recognize SATA2 hdd, which is recognized in BIOS though Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !