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I would like to get this information off of this hard drive


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csunberry

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Okay, simply put, I took out my old hard drive from an old Vaio laptop. I want to get the information off of it. I did some research online, but, I'm kind of dense about what I should get measurement wise for the cord. Needless to say, I'm pretty lost because I've never done this before. (Should I use Vantec?)

It's a Toshiba harddrive. And forgive me, but I don't even know what information I should note down....But, here's the best I can do:

Disk Drive MK1234GSX
HDD2D31 S ZK01 T
DC+5v 1.0A

It's a 120GB HDD.

I really hope that's all the info I need.

If you could answer, I would be ever so grateful to you. Thank you for your time.
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Hello Csunberry and welcome to Geeks To Go

Consider obtaining one of these.

http://www.amazon.co...e/dp/B001A5SK56
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Thank you. :)
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You are most welcome mate. :thumbsup:
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