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Thread: Where to find the CORRECT laptop CDR/DVD to Desktop IDE Adapters

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    Originally posted by PTCruiser
    I already contacted esscable logtime ago if the have an adaptor for the slot-in

    They answer NO!

    On their site it's not really clear because this model is on their list...

    Nicht für PANASONIC !!! SR-8185B 17mm JAE SLOT LOAD 6X

    Esscable have an online shop at http://www.adapterking.com
    Rough translation.

    "Nicht für" == "Not For"

    So atleast if your looking, you can find which ones won't work.
    4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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    Originally posted by Skraggy_uk
    Is that the one for the iMac style DVD/CDROM

    or for the Laptop ones? Where is it from?

    Looks ideal?
    Yes, that is for the imac dvd rom. I found that picture on a Japanese website. The guy there makes custom pc and that is one of his projects. I tried looking for that fujitsu part number but I could not find anything.
    Thanks for the help PTcruiser, i am just trying to find a cheaper adapter. $30 dollars + shipping is a little expensive for me.

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    sorry for the super lame post, but could someone (in 1 post) tell me what the 2 part numbers would be (both dvd drive and adaptor) to just make it work?

    Paying ~70 total isn't that bad of a deal to me, since I'm redoing everything the right way this time and want it done correctly in 1 shot.

    I've read through this thread, but i find it to have a bit of conflicting info... not sure which adaptor works w/what drive.

    Thanks a bunch

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    Slim slot in:

    Drive:
    http://eshop.macsales.com/Catalog_I...tem=APLDVDIM350


    Adapter:
    Apple computer part N° 820-1050-A
    All mac part number BRD-4525 @ 29.25$
    http://www.allmac.com
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    thanks for the reply, the dvd link doesn't work.. would this?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=11150

    Russ

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    Yes!

    search for pana...SR-8185-C

    here's a shop
    http://eshop.macsales.com/Catalog_It...em=APLDVDIM350
    Epia M9000, lili 7" vga&touch & 2xTM-7002S compo, camera with reversed image, 2.5" 60 GB, 256Mb DDR, Opus 90W, GPS usb... AND MEDIACRUISER of course!

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    thank you once again.. you've been a great help!

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    Great thread. Thanks for the info.

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    Here is the english version of that list


    http://www.esskabel.de/English-Site/...ine-drives.htm

    http://www.esskabel.de/English-Site/...pater-Main.htm


    In fact there is an entire english site.

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    Apologies if this has been posted elsewhere but lap-top DC/DVD to desktop IDE adaptors are sold in the UK by:

    LinITX.com Shop

    Ultim8te PC

    I'm now looking for a source of laptop 44-pin cables to attach direct to my new Commell P4 Mini-ITX mobo, which has 1 x standard 40-pin IDE and 1 X lap-top 44-pin. This board is one of the first of a slew of new Mini-ITX competitors to Via Epia: more details here

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