Without The Right Adapter, Nothing Works
It's worth emphasizing that our test of this compact Toshiba hard disk surely doesn't address the most typical real-world installation scenario, as evidenced by our need to procure two adapters to connect it to our standard test system. Any OEM or system integrator would mount the device permanently somewhere, so the only effort would be mating the connector on the drive to the matching connector on the controller. We used an adapter from Wiebetech for this test, although there are others available.
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Hi - what kind of adaptor was used to connect that 1.8 Toshiba?Reply
I'm trying to do the same and I'm not having much luck.
hi, i have one off this hard disck, and i want to make a back up from my information, but i don't have the adapter, can you tell me where i can get one off them or maybe you can say me other way to make my back up??...Reply
i really need this it's urgent, thanks...