OMorc 5Gbps USB 3.0 to SATA 22 Pin Adapter Cable With USB Power Cable For 2.5" Hard Disk Driver
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- Transfer rate of Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface can be up to 5Gb/sec (Max).
- Supports Hot-Swapping and Plug and Play function.
- Compliance with Serial ATA Specification Revision 2.6.
- Backward compatible with previous versions of USB ports (1.0, 1.1&2.0) & SATA hard disks (1.5Gb/s).
- Supports 2.5" Mass Storage Class Drive. Cable length : 12 CM.
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5Gbps USB 3.0 to SATA 22 Pin 2.5" Hard disk driver Adapter With USB Power cable.
Transfer rate of Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface can be up to 5Gb/sec (Max)
Supports Hot-Swapping and Plug and Play function
Compliance with Serial ATA Specification Revision 2.6
Backward compatible with previous versions of USB ports (1.0, 1.1&2.0) & SATA hard disks (1.5Gb/s)
Supports 2.5" Mass Storage Class Drive.
l Windows 7 (32-/64-bit) ) / Vista (32-/64-bit) / XP (32-/64-bit)/ Server 2003 & 2008 (32-/64-bit) with the latest Service Packs
What is included:
1 x New USB 3.0 to SATA 22P 2.5" Hard disk driver Adapter With USB Power Cable
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Top Customer Reviews
If you are having any trouble, you probably don't have enough power available from your USB ports. Try using one at the rear - many front ones are just an extension and don't have the full power capacity to power a HDD
I had no problems connecting the new drive and it copied everything without any issues. The whole process was very straightforward.
No problem, saving me the need to install the new SSD internally as I have done on numerous previous occasions when upgrading my computer.
Copied new SSD then replaced old one and, having changed BIOS to load operating system from new SSD, system worked perfectly FIRST time.
4 star rating because cables linking plugs are only about 11cm long which is OK providing a computer has USB sockets at top of its case. If not then it would be quite awkward to plug cables into rear of computer and support the new SSD.
When connecting the drive using the cable, the SSHD was immediately recognised by Windows, but was not usable by Windows or the EaseUS software until I went to Control Panel -> Computer Management -> Disk Management -> right click on disk and selected Initialize Disk. I chose the newer GPT format, whereas the MBR format should be used if the drive must be compatible with 32-bit Win XP or earlier. Once the disk was initialised, it could be selected in EaseUS and the clone (using SSD optimisation) worked fine.
In summary, the cable works fine in my limited use, but don't forget to initialise (and possibly format) the new disk in Windows for it to be usable.
make sure your PSU is upto spec else the HDD may cause random resets due to voltage drop: recommend 2.5A minimum (i think thats the default spec). if using with a pi dont use with a 3.5 HDD, the power draw will be too much (untested - but guessed).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked a treat. Did what it says on the tin. Hooked it up to a Samsung SSD and installing OSX worked fine and quite quickly.Published 4 days ago by Tony C.
Needed it to clone a Hard drive and did that brilliantly with a software tool.Published 16 days ago by Tim Waters
Handy tool and is ok for 2.5” drives, but can’t draw enough power from 2 x USB 2.0 sockets to power a 3.5” drive. It may be ok when connected to 2 x USB 3.0 sockets?Published 1 month ago by Trevor
they are great, work as intended, i use this with my SSD's and my 2.5inch HD both work great and no external power source neededPublished 1 month ago by Dean
Total waste of money, unable to get anything back from any of the SSD drives, not recognised on Win10 or Win7 using USB3 interfacesPublished 1 month ago by Mamun Ahmed
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