- The USB cable is simple to use, small form factor converter makes Displayport backwards
- Enable high quality optional digital audio transmissions
- Display port male to mini display port USB cable
- The display port male to mini display prot female of the converter cable lets you connect a high definition monitor, projector, or LCD that uses a mini display connector or cable to a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air with a display port
- Hot plug and play detection of this adapter cable as well as link status
- The USB cable can be a long time use
- Supports SATA II speeds of up to 3Gbit/sec
- Supports Windows 98SE/ ME/ 2000/ XP
- Compatible with Serial ATA specification Revision 1.0
- With two eSATA connectors and one 4 pin power port
- With one 4 pin to SATA power cable
- With one SATA to eSATA data cable
- ATA to eSATA Adapter Length: 600mm / 23.6in
- ATA to eSATA Adapter Size: 120 x 35 x 18mm / 4.7 x 1.4 x 0.7in(L x W x H)
- 2 Port eSATA + 4 Pin Power Bracket + SATA Cable Adapter
- 4 pin to SATA power cable. Compatible with Serial ATA specification Revision 1.0
- SATA to eSATA data cable. Supports SATA II speeds of up to 3Gbit/sec
- SATA Cable Adapter. Hot plug and play detection of this adapter cable as well as link status
How to Use a USB 2.0 to IDE CD-ROM DVD Combo Kit ?
- Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) drives are gradually replacing Parallel ATA models. With fewer cables, increased connection length and the ability to disconnect and connect without restarting the computer (hot-swap), SATA drives are more user-friendly. These qualities also enable the average user to quickly recover data or utilize drives for external storage. Although kits are available for mounting drives, using USB adapter cables are an inexpensive solution for temporary connections
- Prepare your area. Hard drives are sensitive to static electricity, heat, dust and pressure. Work in an uncarpeted area on a flat, clean surface. Clear your workspace of any loose items.
- Ground yourself before working with any components. Ground yourself by wearing a grounding wrist strap. Install earth mats (grounding surfaces) if you will be working with sensitive electronics often. Do not sit in a rolling chair, stand with your feet on the ground.
- Turn on the computer. Hook the SATA drive to the SATA connector of your adapter cable.
- Attach the power cable to drive. If there is an On/Off Switch, turn it off. If your cable did not come with a SATA power cable use the power cord from a SATA desktop hard drive. (You will have to remove the case and unplug the hard drive to reach it.)
- Plug the A/C adapter directly into the wall or a surge protector. Set the On/Off switch to "On."
- Insert the USB plug into your computer. The SATA hard drive will be recognized automatically as a "removable drive." Windows 98 or earlier may require an upgrade to access the drive
- 1 x SATA to eSATA Adapter
- 1 x Power Cable
- 1 x Data Cable