Sabrent USBDSC5 user manual

User manual for the device Sabrent USBDSC5

Device: Sabrent USBDSC5
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Date of adding : 2013-06-27 14:18:14
Number of pages: 20
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Sabrent USB‐DSC5 USB 2.0 to SATA/IDE Hard Drive Adapter 
2.5” Notebook IDE Hard Drive 
1. Connect the short 2.5” IDE connector from the Sabrent adapter to the pins on your 2.5” Hard Drive. Note the 
keyed pin and slot and make sure that the drive and the device line up properly and are securely connected: 
 
Figure A: 
 
 
Figure B: 
 
 
Figure C: 

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                     Figure D:       

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2. Connect the USB cable from the USB‐DSC5 to an available USB port on your computer.    Figure A:      3. In most cases, the USB cable will supply sufficient power for the drive to spin up and initiate.  Some larger  capacity Hard Drives may require more power than USB to provide sufficient power to initiate. You may need to  use the supplied power supply to provide the extra needed power:    Figure A:                     

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          Figure B:    Figure C:    Figure D:   

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Figure E:      Figure F:      

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Figure G:      3.5” Desktop IDE Hard Drive  1. Most 3.5” IDE Hard Drives have Jumpers. Make sure they are set to Master Only. (Note: Please refer to the  drive manufacturer’s website for more information regarding your specific hard drive model.):    Figure A:      

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2. Connect the IDE power adapter directly in the IDE drive:    Figure A:    Figure B:      Figure C:         

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Figure D:      3. Connect the long 3.5 inch IDE connector to the pins on your hard drive. Note the keyed pin and slot and make  sure that the drive and the device line up properly and are securely connected:  Figure A:            Figure B:     

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Figure C:      4. Connect the USB cable from the DSC5 to a USB port on your computer.  Figure A:          

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2.5/3.5 Inch SATA Drive  1. Connect the Sabrent converter to the power adapter, and then plug the SATA power end into the SATA drive  directly:    Figure A:    Figure B:                   

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Figure C:    Figure D:    Figure E:   

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2. Connect the SATA data cable into the Sabrent Converter, and then connect the other end directly into the SATA  drive:   Figure A:    Figure B:    Figure C:                     

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  Figure D:    Figure E:    Figure F:      

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3. Connect the USB cable from the Sabrent converter to an available USB port on your computer.    Figure A:        

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Hard Drive Setup  For Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7, no drivers or software are necessarry.  If the Hard‐Drive is brand new you may need to initialize it first in order to cause the Drive Letter to appear:  1. Click the Start button, right‐click on “My Computer”, and select “Manage”:        2. Click on “Disk Management”:      3. Locate the drive in the right column and right‐click on the drive and click “New Simple Volume”:        

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4. At the following prompt, click “Next”:      5. Click “Next”:                       

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  6. Assign a drive letter to the drive, then click “Next”:        7. Click on “Format this volume with the following settings:” Change the “File system” to “NTFS”. Change the  “Volume label” to what you want the drive to be named. Click the checkbox for “Perform a quick format”.  Click “Next”:              

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8. Click “Finish”. Windows will now begin formatting and initializing the disk:          9. Open “My Computer” and verify that the drive shows up properly:      

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If the drive has already been formatted, you can skip these steps.  1. Check the “Device Manager”  to make sure that the “USB Mass Storage Device” driver appears under the  “Universal Serial Bus Controllers” section. Also check that the drive shows up under “Disk drives” as a “(Hard  drive model number) USB Device”.  There should be no error message in your Device Manager, such as a bold ?  or ! :    2. You may also need to change the HDD settings from Dynamic to Basic, then format NTFS, and giv

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