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Inateck Usb 3.0 To Ide/Sata External Hard Drive Reader Fit For Universal 2.5/3.5 Hdd/Ssd Hard Drive

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Description

  • Compact design, versatile functions, enables access to three drives simultaneously; All-new, improved upgrade solution; additional power switch, blue LED for indication of operation and power status
  • The converter can support up to three drives simultaneously, it is compatible with 2. 5"/3. 5" IDE/SATA hard drives and 5. 25" IDE/SATA CD/DVD drives
  • Compatible Systems: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10(32bit and 64bit); Mac OS 10. X (OTB mode isn't applicable for W8 and Mac)
  • SuperSpeed USB 3. 0 supports transfer rates of up to 5Gbps - The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected; Downwards compatible with USB 1. 1/2. 0
  • Simple, reliable and stable; Plug and play, hot swap; One Touch Backup function; On/Off Switch for HDD protection

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Customer Reviews

Great product! This product allowed me to salvage a bunch of PATA, and SATA drives that I had laying around. It is extremely well built / no frills product. You just pick the connector that you need, plug your drive in, plug the USB cable into your machine -- and viola, you see your drive. I was using Linux as my host OS, so I can't speak as to how well it works with Windows, but as long as your drives have a Windows supported FS I don't see why it would be any different. The transfer rates that I was getter were pretty much limited to the speed of the drive. In most cases I was getting 80MB/sec (these we OLD drives), but I did see 150MB/sec on a SATA drive. Do not buy this if you are thinking about mounting a drive for permanent use. There are external enclosures that are designed for that purpose -- although if you REALLY wanted to, you could use Velcro and Duct tape :) 5Fast and Reliable. Stop Dithering and Buy It! I have had IDE and SATA hard-drive to USB converters before. My last one ran USB 2.0 and was only moderately reliable. It would work well enough for forty-five minutes or so, then it would start throwing errors. I'd unplug it for twenty minutes and it would run fine again. My guess is it had heat issues. It was also slower than Death; copying an old 80GB hard drive (yeah, like a big thumb drive today) took almost two hours and two cool-down cycles.I have to say, based on my prior experience, I had some trepidation buying the Inatek Universal USB 3.0 model. Once I got it home, I plugged in a ten-year-old IDE drive and hooked up to my file server. This old drive had almost 4 GB on it and the adapter copied it in less than three minutes -- pretty fast for an elderly drive. The unit stayed cool as can be and a later compare shows the copy is flawless.I am very favorably impressed with the Inateck Universal USB 3.0 to IDE/SATA Hard Drive Adapter. Some folks claim they found the same model for under $2, but I suspect that may be a bogus clone. 5WARNING DON T WASTE YOUR MONEY OR TIME WITH THIS COMPANY!!! DOES NOT WORK WITH WIDOWS 10: the Inateck USB 3.0 to IDE/SATA does not work with Windows 10. I opened Device Manager and it listed the hard-drive as working, but it does not show up under "File Explore" as a drive, and the AI OTB software that came with the device does not see its own device; the Inateck UA2001 sofeware doesn t see its hardware.Additionally, their tech support is a joke. They have not provided a solution or a software up for this, ever!! I have research this problem and the company has known about this issue for years and has never provided a fix yet they still sell the same defect item WARNING DON T WASTE YOUR MONEY OR TIME WITH THIS COMPANY!!! 1Doesn't work with Windows 10 I have a huge stack of old hard drives that I was hoping to transfer files from before recycling them and this adapter seemed like the perfect option. I have used Inateck adapters and enclosures for years and was really looking forward to having a simple adapter that would work with any of my old drives. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to work with Windows 10. I have tried drives on each of the connectors and have not been able to get a single one to work. Only SATA drives are recognized and show up in the file explorer, however, the data transfer rate is comical. I could probably write the drive's contents in 1's and 0's faster than it was transferring data (no joke). Any other type of drive just crashes the file explorer. So, if you're like me and are hoping this is the ticket to retrieving old data, learn from my lesson and save yourself the $30. 1How to make the HD be recognized by Windows I have read a number of negative reviews here from those that claim it did not work for them. I also had problems making it work until I realized what the problem was. Basically, if the HD you connected is not seen on the list of drives connected to your computer the problem is not on the converter but on your computer that has not mapped the new Hard Drive. In order to map it do the following:1. First check that the Bios has recognized it and has it listed. You simply go to Device Manager and expand the list of Disk Drives. If Bios has recognized it, it should be listed there. But having Bios recognized it does not mean that Windows has it, and here come the mapping.2. Go to Disk Manager and look at the list of all hard drives. The new HD should appear there but it will not have a letter assigned but just a number and it will say that the space is unallocated and it show how much space in Gigas it has, It will also appear as shaded since all its space is not formatted or allocated. From the Disk Manager (Create and Format Hard Disk Partitions) Right click on the new HD and create a new volume for that HD. At the same time format it and assign it a letter. That's it. Once the HD is formatted go to Explorer and you will see your new HD in the list of HDs. Hope this gives some help to new buyers. I have given it 4 stars because the company that manufactures this product should have written all this in the manual or somewhere in their site to avoid people problems and returns and refunds. 4Love it but be careful with power cable I also use Inateck's SATA docking station and it is fast and works reliably. I bought this product for the IDE adapter (here's it's long amazon name: "Inateck Universal USB 3.0 to IDE/ SATA Converter Hard Drive Adapter with Power Switch for 2.5"/3.5"SATA HDD/SSD & IDE HDD Drives Optical Drive, Support 6TB, Include 12V 2A Power Adapter and USB 3.0 Cable").I love that it has a power switch, so I can connect everything up then turn on power.Tested this with 3x IDE desktop 3.5" hard drives (HDD) and 1x IDE CD-Rom/writer optical drive. All worked (except 1 HDD but I think it itself is broken--that HDD didnt work with any other adapters I tried either). With the CD-Rom drive, it could play and write, and open the door via eject windows menu click. However, it could not do advanced operations from professional audio program Pro Tools, but most people won't experience that.As other reviewers have said, the 4-pin-to-molex power cable is very short. For my drives (3.5" desktop) that's all that was needed, cuz it was a very short distance from the adapter power to the hdd power.BUT BE CAREFUL: REMOVING the 4-pin power cable connector from this adapter was HARD. It has a plastic locking mechanism that's really deep. Had to pry the plastic down with a small flat-head screw driver to unlatch it (of course, without letting the screw driver slip and jam right into the body of the adapter). I've done it several times now, but it's still challenging. Suggestion: study this locking mechanism before you insert it so you'll know what you're doing when you try to remove it.Note, you dont actually have to remove the power cable if you dont want to. I store this in the box it came in, and so it wont fit unless the cable is removed. But apart from that reason, I would not have to remove it.Removing the molex side of this cable was easy. It's a tight fit, but it can be wiggled out with just fingers.The USB cable and power (to the wall plug) cables are not that long, maybe 3 feet. That means it's hard to find a spot that close enough to the PC to reach the USB port and close enough to power outlet to plug it in. If your PC is on the floor and you have an outlet or power strip near by, as I did the first time I used it--it works. If your PC is on the desk, and the power is on the floor, as I had my second time, it wont reach. I put the disk and adapter on the desk, and had to plug the adapter's power wall wart into an extension cord to reach.BTW I completely ignored the backup software and the CD that came with this device. I would not trust it (altho I trust Inateck). No drivers were needed for my Windows 7 Pro PC. 5Did not work with my old IDE drive Returning this item as it did not work with my IDE drive. I contacted support and I received the following response which was not really helpful:Dear Customer,,We have noticed that the required power of your driver is 2250 mA while our product only support drivers of current under 2 A.I'm afraid that you can't use it through UA2001.If any further assistance needed, please feel free to contact us. We are always at your service.May you have a nice day!Best Regards,Celia 1Pretends to work but doesn't. Don't waste your time or money. I've tried using this device on 4 different PCs, 3 Windows 10 and 1 Windows 7, and 6 different drives, and while I've usually been able to detect the drives, the devices aren't properly recognize and they function as if they're failing, resulting in repeated false positives. Too many tests have failed and I only wish I wasn't past the 1-month return window. 1Nice Little Gadget I like this handy little gadget for working with internal hard-drives that are not mounted in computers. It allows me to see their contents or initialize and format them using the Windows Disk Management tool. For SATA and SSD drives it is very straight forward...just attach them to their proper connection. For IDE (40 or 44 pin) drives it is not that easy particularly if the drive requires a certain jumper configuration.A caveat...your drive will not be recognized by your computer in the File Manager/Explorer unless it has been initialized and formatted first. This is specifically true for just purchased drives. To initialize and format you will need to go to the Disk Management tool. You can get there by going to your Control Panel, System and Security, Administrative Tools, and Create and format hard disk partitions...or simply by doing a Windows search on disk management.Initialize and format only if you intend to erase everything on the disk! Scroll down the page and look for the connected hard disk connected to the Inateck adapter, right mouse click on it and choose Initialize. The right click again and choose create simple volume.I gave this product only four stars because the instructions were weak and the IDE power adapter is harder than hell to remove once you have plugged it into the adapter. Let me rephrase that...you won't be able to remove it without pliers.Also, for a steadier connection at home or in the office...a docking station is a better idea for SATA and SSD drives. However, they are bigger than this handy gadget. 4This device works great simply plug the appropriate side into your old hard ... Works flawlessly. This is the first time I've tried to access an old hard drive, but as I was moving and getting rid of several old computers I decided to check and clear the hard drives. This device works great simply plug the appropriate side into your old hard drive and give it a couple of seconds to connect and viola.Not only did I find some old pictures I forgot I lost but I was able to clear all the sensitive files from the drive. Definitely recommend this to all ability levels of users. 5
Inateck Usb 3.0 To Ide/Sata External Hard Drive Reader Fit For Universal 2.5/3.5 Hdd/Ssd Hard Drive

Inateck Usb 3.0 To Ide/Sata External Hard Drive Reader Fit For Universal 2.5/3.5 Hdd/Ssd Hard Drive

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€61,00
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€61,00
Regular price
€100,00
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