Fixing a Broken Port on Your SATA Device. Have you broken the little plastic bit off of your hard drive, solid-state, or optical drive?
Are you scrambling through the internet looking for a way to recover your many Terabytes of legally acquired, appropriate for all ages media?
Well look no further, here's the fool-proof method for repairing it.
What you'll need:
A broken SATA interface
The plastic thing that broke off
A SATA cable with a clip, preferably a 90° elbow because it's easier to tape
Some electrical tape
Microsoft Lifecam Studio
CAD C9 (I realize this is a drum overhead, but it's very convenient as a desktop mic, so dealwitit)
Creative SoundBlaster USB Premium
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