SSD adaptors

I have retrieved the SSD from my dead Lenovo laptop.
90% of what is on there is backed up but of course I need something that isn’t.
I have looked on Amazon and there are loads of drive to USB adapter leads but I am not sure exactly what I need.
Any guidance gratefully accepted.

Summat like this will probably do the job.

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You don’t need the whole enclosure, just something like this, if you only need to copy stuff off it.

I also wouldn’t go for the cheapest one as they sometime don’t work.

Search for “USB to SATA cable”

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Oh FFS… it never ceases to amaze me how people thick enough to buy tat like that amass the money to do so


I bought a Startech when I needed to recover stuff from an SSD.
It worked perfectly.

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Thanks to everyone that replied.
I have ordered the Startech thingy


same here - seem to work fine



More tranquility
More authority
Everything sounds more “smooth”
Natural & organic sound
Portrayed on a “black” background

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I received this cable a few days ago.
I couldn’t believe the improvement in boot time! Wow!
Still assessing the audio improvement but the noise floor is lowered significantly.
How long does it take for the cable to break in?

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Audiophile = twat with too much money and no sense

But, but, I thought the whole “super SATA” thing had been done to death.

I guess the charlatans waited for the furore to die down then carried on as usual.

USB to SATA Startech thingy turned up today,
My previous laptop was originally a W7 device, I bought it refrurbed and they had added a partition with W10 and all associated files.
Took me a while to find them but everything copied over succesfully now.
Did I say 90% of it was backed up?
Only in my dreams!!! :grinning: