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Everex Stepnote SE hard drive caddy :(

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rmay635703, Nov 7, 2002.

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  1. rmay635703

    rmay635703 Thread Starter

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    I have a hard drive but...

    Any ideas where I could get a Hard drive caddy or cable for this Everex Stepnote I bought. It is probably standard generic for 1997 but where can I get one?

    Are there any alternatives?

    Thanx
    Ryan
     
  2. Jtoast

    Jtoast

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    from a quick Google searchhttp://shop.store.yahoo.com/laptopupgrade/laphardrivca.html

    I would do a search for large dealers and start calling 800 numbers. most of them probably have resources to check with or can at least point you in the right direction.
     
  3. rmay635703

    rmay635703 Thread Starter

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    Thanx for that link...

    I'm not worried about the hole pattern however,

    I will try to describe the setup as well as I can

    my problem is the onboard connection for the hard drive looks like a miniature Printer port connector and its below the hard drive. Not on the end. So the internal caddy must have a standard laptop ide connector and a 90 degree converting it to the onboard connector.

    Now its time to call around.

    Thanx
    Ryan
     
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