Harddisk Tags: CPUs Hard Drives Last response: January 9, 2013 11:18 AM in CPUs Share patilpremsagar28 January 9, 2013 10:08:42 AM Hello, Can it is possible to convert Internal Harddisk to External Harddisk without the loss of data...if you know pleaze mail me details on Patilpremsagar@gmail.com............... More about : harddisk TheDocGG January 9, 2013 10:38:14 AM Hi Patil, It is possible to do this, using an adapter. What is the size and BUS of the HDD? m 0 l patilpremsagar28 January 9, 2013 11:18:43 AM Normal SATA Harddisk of Computer m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved1 TB inbuilt harddisk shows only 732 GB Forum Solvedreplaced crashed harddisk with ssd. nothing lead me to bios Forum SolvedReplacing internal harddisk Forum SolvedInternal Hard-Disk Performance Issues! Forum Solvedharddisk write protect Forum SolvedWD Internal harddisk 1 partition not readable Forum SolvedWhat kind of SATA is this hard-disk? Forum SolvedNot able to boot after installing second Harddisk. Forum SolvedSetup did not detect harddisk in a ibm eserver xseries 250 Forum SolvedExternal Harddisk isn't recognised after RAID0-ing my SSDs. Forum SolvedHelp Me create a System image of JUST windows and drivers for Hard-Disk migration, please. Forum SolvedI have asus p5kpl motherboard few days its detecting my harddisk but now it doesnot what to do...?? Forum Solvedcloning from harddisk to new ssd Forum SolvedHarddisk broken, not working correctly Forum SolvedI have a budget of Rs 15000 and i have to buy a processor, motherboard, ram and harddisk for gaming. Forum Solvedinstall extra internal harddisk Forum SolvedHarddisk error event 52, pc restarts randomly. How to prevent this? Forum SolvedHelp on Harddisk Decision Forum Solvedmy pc name is acer power pentium 4ht when i formetted it show harddisk not dedected Forum Solvedseagate 3tb hd stop working.the disk inside the harddisk run's for 2 to 5 sec and stops Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !