Comments about 5.9in Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter Cable:

Comments about 5.9in Laptop to IDE Hard Drive Adapter Cable:

Monoprice 18-Inch SATA III 6.0 Gbps Cable with Locking Latch and 90-Degree Plug - Blue

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  • My tip is for a hard drive cable — specifically for SATA hard drives (older hard drives use IDE connections, and they don't work with this cable, and in fact don't even need a cable of this type).

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  • A SATA hard drive cable has seven conductors and is smaller than an IDE/PATA cable. A SATA cable connects a single hard drive to a single connector on the SATA controller, which is usually found on the computer's motherboard.

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  • Cable Length: 4 Inches
    Color: Multicolor
    Resolution: 720p
    Color Category: Black
    Connector Type: 22 pin Serial ATA ,  9 pin USB Type B
    Model: USB3S2SAT3CB
    Interface Type: SATA 6Gb/s
    Brand: StarTech
    Is Dark Sky-Compliant: Y
    Video Game Platform: Universal
    Fabric Content: 100% Multi
    Is Portable: Y
    Is Energy Star-Certified: Y
    Condition: New
    Compatible Devices: PC ,  Solid state drive ,  Hard drive ,  Mac
    Material: Multi
    Form: External
    Manufacturer Part Number: USB3S2SAT3CB
    Features: StarTech Cable USB3S2SAT3CB USB3.0 to 2.5inch SATA III Hard Drive Adapter Cable with UASP Retail
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 0.80 x 0.40 x 0.30 Inches

    1. You can do this fix by yourself. The first time my hard drive cable failed, I took it to an Apple Repair Store and it cost me about $170 to fix, and that cable only lasted about a year until it failed. After doing it myself, I have no idea why they charged me $170.

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For the third time in a year in the hard drive cable in my 2010 MacBook Pro 13" failed. When I would try booting up, it would stop halfway and my mac would shut down. I could boot from an external hard drive just fine, but the computer had a hard time reading information of the internal hard drive. I could access information and files on the hard drive, but it was slow. I first figured it must be a hard drive issue, so I upgraded to an SSD and also upgraded RAM from 4GB to 8GB. When those didn't fix the problem, I knew it was the hard drive cable again.