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You have an old laptop that finally died on you so do you just junk it?  Kevin Tofel says "no way!" and gives step by step instructions for removing the hard drive and putting it into a USB drive enclosure.  It’s a win-win situation as you […]

Kct_driveYou have an old laptop that finally died on you so do you just junk it?  Kevin Tofel says "no way!" and gives step by step instructions for removing the hard drive and putting it into a USB drive enclosure.  It’s a win-win situation as you get to use the extra hard drive with any computer that has a USB port and you get access to the information that is stored on the laptop drive.  Check out the article to see how easy (and cheap) this is to do yourself.  He’s put lots of photos demonstrating each step in detail to clearly show how to do this.

  1. jk, it’s SO easy that my 7 year old son did MOST of the work! Now if we can just find a way to re-use the 14″ LCD panel….give us time, we’ll think of something!

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