StarTech.com USB 3.0 to SATA IDE Adapter - 2.5in / 3.5in - External Hard Drive to USB Converter – Hard Drive Transfer Cable (USB3SSATAIDE)
Model Number: USB3SSATAIDE
StarTech.com USB 3.0 to SATA IDE Adapter - 2.5in / 3.5in - External Hard Drive to USB Converter – Hard Drive Transfer Cable (USB3SSATAIDE) is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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This USB 3.0 to SATA IDE Adapter connects any standard 2.5in or 3.5in SATA or IDE hard drive to a computer through an available USB 3.0 port (backward compatible with USB 2.0). This hard drive converter lets you connect a bare drive with no enclosure, saving time and hassle.
This USB 3.0 SATA/IDE adapter lets you externally connect a bare drive with no drive enclosure or HDD dock required, and features LED indicators that allow you to easily monitor status and activity updates.
This external hard drive adapter is ideal for adding cost-effective external storage, or overcoming incompatibility between all hard drives and USB enabled motherboards that may not be SATA or IDE-equipped. It enables users to connect their 2.5in and 3.5in drives to almost any laptop or desktop computer.
This data transfer adapter cable works with Windows, Linux, and Mac computers and does not require any software or driver installation, making it a true plug-and-play solution. It is also backward compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 making it a highly compatible hard drive connector.
Ideal for Travel
This SATA and IDE drive adapter is lightweight and features a compact design that fits perfectly into your laptop bag or carrying case. It is ideal for service technicians who travel and may deal with a variety of hard drive types.
This USB 3.0 SATA and IDE adapter cable is backed by a StarTech.
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Indispensable pour écrire sur un SSD.
Ayant acheté en occasion la version précédente de ce câble, laquelle était "SATA vers USB3", et qui ne fonctionne absolument pas avec windows 10 (testé avec x disks SATA3 et 2 ordinateurs, crashes garanties), je découvre la version "SATA3 vers USB3" avec une nouvelle puce. Et là, testé et approuvé. Ce câble est fiable et fonctionnel. Donc évitez le vieux modèle en occasion, le SATA3 vs SATA est important : "SATA3 vers USB3".
If you use a Mac, it's not exactly plug-n-play...BUT...it works! Here's how I went about it... I have several late 90's/early 2000 PowerMac HDs that I've had sitting for over 20 years that I've been unable to access. I'd heard of these SATA adapters and thought I'd give it a try. So, I removed 4 drives from the enclosures (2 drives on each) and plugged everything in and fired up. Didn't work. Using a new MacBook Pro M2 (OS Ventura) and after reading a post from someone here advising a certain sequence to follow, I was able to *see* the drive(s) but not its contents. So, I launched Apple's Disk Utility and ran a repair on it and BINGO,...there was all the data! I simply transferred all contents from these drives onto the computer as well as an external 5 TB drive. Now, I'm not saying that you HAVE to go this route (using the Disk Utility) as you run the risk of accidently erasing or wiping out the data, so make sure you run a disk repair. That said, I'm VERY pleased with this unit!
pratique et facile à utiliser