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    cheapest place to get an laptop hdd adapter?

    Where's the cheapest place to get an adapter for laptop hdd's? If there's a place in houston or dallas, TX that has them that'd be even better. Anyone know?

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    compUSA if you have one in your town.

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    http://cableclub.com/view_product.asp?item_no=99680

    Thats the cheapest. That pic is an old one, I just ordered one and its looks better than that (like a more expensive one on another site)

    The ones are compusa look like that old pic, but its like 7-8 bux

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    thanks! i'll go get one today.

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    There are USB Enclosures for Laptop Hard Drives... Here's a pic:



    I have one of these, and it's really handy. Don't think you can set it up to boot from this, but it's nice for a removable/hot swappable extra drive. It's powered by the USB Bus, or a PS/2 port (plugs into the port, and then has another plug to put the keyboard or mouse into). Slick units.
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    any idea on where to get the keyboard power-tap cable?

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    http://www.compgeeks.com/details.asp?invtid=HD-108

    actually this one is cheaper than the one from cable club..
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