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    question How to use an internal SATA HDD as an external HDD??

    Please help me in converting or using an internal SATA HDD (80Gb) as an external HDD??

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    re: How to use an internal SATA HDD as an external HDD??

    You will need to buy an external hard drive enclosure kit that supports sata hdd, all you need to do is remove the drive from the old computer, pop it in the enclosure, and then you can use it as an external drive. Just plug it into the USB port (mine came with a USB cable) of your laptop or any other computer.

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    but, are the external HDD enclosure kits reliable? and can you please specify some market details..if you have.. thanx

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