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Old Hd, Rocketfish, New Laptop


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My old Dell laptop motherboard died. I bought the Rocketfish to retrieve that old data (hard drive = Seagate, Momentus 5400.3, 160GB, serial attached ATA (SATA)) and transfer selected files to second laptop. After connecting the HD to the Rocketfish and installing software/driver, I still can't see the old HD when I view my Computer. How do I "see" my old HD so I can copy my files to the new laptop?

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My old Dell laptop motherboard died. I bought the Rocketfish to retrieve that old data (hard drive = Seagate, Momentus 5400.3, 160GB, serial attached ATA (SATA)) and transfer selected files to second laptop. After connecting the HD to the Rocketfish and installing software/driver, I still can't see the old HD when I view my Computer. How do I "see" my old HD so I can copy my files to the new laptop?

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My old Dell laptop motherboard died. I bought the Rocketfish to retrieve that old data (hard drive = Seagate, Momentus 5400.3, 160GB, serial attached ATA (SATA)) and transfer selected files to second laptop. After connecting the HD to the Rocketfish and installing software/driver, I still can't see the old HD when I view my Computer. How do I "see" my old HD so I can copy my files to the new laptop?

 

What is Rocketfish and how is that related to Roxio Creator 2011?

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My old Dell laptop motherboard died. I bought the Rocketfish to retrieve that old data (hard drive = Seagate, Momentus 5400.3, 160GB, serial attached ATA (SATA)) and transfer selected files to second laptop. After connecting the HD to the Rocketfish and installing software/driver, I still can't see the old HD when I view my Computer. How do I "see" my old HD so I can copy my files to the new laptop?

 

 

This is Roxio's website nothing to do with Rocketfish products! :rolleyes:

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I have the USB 3.0 2.5" SATA Hard Drive Enclosure from Rocketfish. The included cd disk loaded Roxio Backup software. I removed the old SATA laptop harddrive and tried to run the Roxio Backup program. It doesn't see the old HD and the computer doesn't see it either.

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I have the USB 3.0 2.5" SATA Hard Drive Enclosure from Rocketfish. The included cd disk loaded Roxio Backup software. I removed the old SATA laptop harddrive and tried to run the Roxio Backup program. It doesn't see the old HD and the computer doesn't see it either.

 

1. You don't need Roxio Backup program to recover files from a crashed slave HD.

 

2. Roxio Backup program is designed to back a backup from a functioning HD.

 

3. If windows doesn't see your crashed HD things aren't looking good for recovery.

 

4. Do a Google search on recovering data from a crashed HD. Some free programs are out there.

 

5. There are pay for recovery places and charge a bunch $$$ with no guarantee they will recover anything.

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Is a clean install for the new HDD an option in this case?

 

 

I bought the Rocketfish to retrieve that old data (hard drive = Seagate, Momentus 5400.3, 160GB, serial attached ATA (SATA)) and transfer selected files to second laptop.

 

 

beiker do you even read a post before you post a remark?

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