Caddy for 2.5" drives are easy to get, but caddy for 3.5" drives exist as well, like this:Sata only one is 250 gb seagate baracuda 7200.10 and other is wd blue 500 gb.
So this would need to be plugged into the wall? It will not be a portable solution. Right?
No, normal ones wouldn't be. I've seen friends lose data. There might be stronger ones available but they tend to be more expensive. Nothing is 100% foolproof solution.My wd is undetectable. Are the enclosures strong enough to protect drives from the mishandling by data extraction services?
Yes I know but I want to keep it for the data. If keep it without casing anyway dust will destroy it so ill keep it in casing and then send it for data recovery whenever we are moving about normally.
Would you suggest repairing it myself with diy videos? In that case I won't have guarantee for data recovery.
First check in forum if anyone here has dead external HDD. Those cases can be re-used by you. These OEM cases are extremely well build and are much better than cheap cases that you can buy online or in stores.Hi everyone,
What all will be required to convert my internal hdds to external?
Which casing is best right now and what all cables and adapters will I need?