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Need help in Connecting Desktop HDD to Laptop

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Hello All,

This is my desktop HDD, Desktop HDD.jpg which i restrained when i was selling off my desktop. I need to connect it to my laptop. As I need to extract important data from my desktop hdd and transfer the entire [bleep] to my laptop. Please help. Its kind a urgent.



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The best way would be to install that drive into an enclosure, then connect it via USB to your notebook. Then you can copy the files over.
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Hello There nshussain86,

Just to add to what Digerati have suggested, here is a link to This one Enclosure or This one
This is a good one too This one Cable. Watch the video.
Another Cable.

I wish you good luck.

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