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  • posted byfernandocalani on 09/18/2011

    Very small and adaptable to physical space of the cabinet. Good quality of manufacture and packaging. Includes cables for easy installation. No extras are required. Not found any criticism of the product. It works and does what is datalla. Do not confuse the tcnoligia SATA IDE. This is just one a... Read more

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  • posted bysclek1 on 04/10/2010

    - Only Cost $5 - It came to my house in only 2 weeks. - Lights up when turned on... Literally. - Caught fire inside my computer. Luckily nothing else inside the computer was damaged. Once I turned on my computer I smelt smoke. I opened the case and there was a fire inside my computer. I had to it... Read more

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  • posted byCompizfox on 01/17/2010

    - Cheaper than a PCI card - No drivers needed, it is detected in the BIOS, so it works out-of-the-box. With a PCI card you have to install drivers. - It has only one SATA port. --- I used this to connect a new SATA Hard disk to my homeserver which has only a IDE port.

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  • posted bycarlose14 on 05/20/2009

    Nice adapter, worked for me and my old drive and my new mobo, i was afraid to use it because im noy a fan of using converters or adapters but after all, worked ok No driver cd, but i didnt need it, but just in case. My mobo detected in the first try and also my bros mobo detected too and is a and... Read more

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  • posted byslimbutdim on 01/18/2009

    Does the job i needed it for! Cheap as chips! Non! I bought this because my sata pci card wasnt being detected in Hddhackr. Didnt want to pay for new pci card so bought this because it is cheaper! Didnt know if it was going to work but for a couple of quid who cares! Popped it in and hddhackr up... Read more

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  • posted bySTFanatic on 07/15/2008

    I bought a new desktop and of course it was SATA only, I wanted to install an IDE hard drive and I needed something to adapt it to SATA. BINGO! I am buying another to connect a DVD-RW to that computer, and a couple of extra for later upgrades. Simple to use, just snap it in where the old style to... Read more

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