I have an old laptop bought about 3 years ago. For a long period of usage it was almost damage, the only thing that is working and can be reuse is the hard disk, the 256mb of ram and the sound card. The rest are totally out of order and unusable.
Now, I want to make a portable hard disk using my old one. And I’m planning to buy an enclosure case; the only problem is I don’t know what kind of connector needed for my hard disk. As far as I know there are two types of connector available on the market right now the SATA and IDE. How can I determine if my Laptop hard disk uses SATA or IDE connector?
on Wed, 2011-06-08 13:28
It is so annoying that when you visit some site and there are some pop-up add that will definitely appear even you didn’t click it. Most of them are added on every link without knowing that they exist on that link. I think that the best way for them to get noticed but for some people like me it is a nuisance on the net.
on Wed, 2011-06-08 12:43
I have been cleaning up my computer, delete unnecessary folder manually. As I go through the C drive I’ve encounter unfamiliar folder NTLDR without any hesitations, I delete the folder. At first the computer doesn’t show any error so I think that everything is fine and I’ve done the right thing. By the way I’m using windows XP home edition. After a few hours of using the computer I shut it down.
on Wed, 2011-06-08 12:01