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Dead Ext hdd New Life

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Flynn Greenberg, Jul 29, 2014.

  1. Flynn Greenberg

    Flynn Greenberg Moderator Forum Mod

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    As the title says i have a dead external hdd,however with this i am going to turn it into a sata docking station,as you can see with the pics ,i will need to cut down the casing,and trim,will post more pics as the simple project goes on

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  2. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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    Looks interesting. Keen to see how this progresses.
     
  3. pdonnell

    pdonnell eTeknix Content Manager eTeknix Staff Forum Admin Forum Mod

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    Hmmm not bad, you could even jam in a USB splitter, tuck a few flash drives on the interior or a card reader, make a custom all in one.
     
  4. tjlainas

    tjlainas New Member

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    interesting project!
     

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