I just bought a new HDD for my computer and I opened it up and...No leads, it has many power connections but not for a sata HDD which is what my comp hasHP Pavilion Media Centre m7775.uk-aSilly me thinking plug and play would ACTUALLY MEAN Plug and playWHERE'S The PLUG lolanyone got any helpful thoughts on [email protected]?Cheers allKirt
If it's an 'OEM' harddrive then it won't come with the cables.Typically to replace an existing harddrive; so a tad cheaper.Did you read the description in the ad?
Make and model of drive?
Hitachi 1tb 7200 RPM SATA driveand yes i read the description, nothing mentioned other than plug and play
Nothing about OEM?
It will fit easily in the second optical drive bay, but even there, there is a load of extra space AND nothing but power plugs. There IS two plug places on the M/B for extra drives...will look for my motherboard so you can see any extra help you might be able to offer me :D
no Dave sorryclick here
here's my Motherboard...click here
You'll need the Sata cable that connects the drive to your motherboard. I suggest a latching cable as they seem to be the best cables for connectivity.Just a suggestion; click hereConnect your PSU power connector to your hard drive.
no SATA cable on the computer and no Molex on the HDD so, do I need an adapter?thanks for the help guys :D
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