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Solved: Will Sata Bridgeboard (SATA to IDE) work on IDE Motherboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Anonymous2015, Mar 3, 2015.

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  1. Anonymous2015

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    Even though the following is a question, I do welcome opinions on what the right answer is to my situation: I have an IDE type motherboard. The motherboard model number is SV266M (See http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813183009 [Date accessed: 02-28-2015 @ 7:37 PM]). I am not sure but I believe my motherboard was made in 2004. Is there a way I can connect a 1 Terabyte Sata Hard Drive to my SV266M motherboard? I have heard of a Sata Bridgeboard (SATA to IDE). I have not used one before. A matter of fact, I have only seen the Youtube Video below.
    How to connect SATA devices in a PATA (IDE) only PC system
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwRClahcUCI
    (Date accessed: 02-28-2015 @ 7:40 PM)

    They even sell this bridgeboard (SATA to IDE) online.
    Kingwin SATA to IDE Bridge Board ADP-06
    http://www.amazon.com/Kingwin-SATA-Bridge-Board-ADP-06/dp/B002SZDOM6
    (Date accessed: 02-28-2015 @ 7:45 PM)
    The bridgeboard above above has a 3.7 out of 5 stars. However, I am not sure if this bridgeboard would be compatible with my motherboard. If there is a better bridge board (SATA to IDE) that you know of, please let me know. Do you think the Bridgeboard (SATA to IDE) would work with the SV266M motherboard?
     
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