Getting data off of a mini PCI-e SSD - dead netbook

Posted on 2011-10-31
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a Eee PC laptop with a dead motherboard. I need to get the data off of the SSD. Is there an adapter I can get to hook this drive up to and get the data transferred? I haven't had much luck on Google/ebay/etc finding any kind of adapter. Most places are suggesting finding a working netbook that I can install the SSD into and get the data that way. there has to be another way...
Question by:bluedogcs

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    The drive is an Asus 08G2021AB11F mini PCI-e 16GB
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    Fleabay seems to have something that might work.  This adapter, though obviously designed for wireless cards, is specifically said in the description to work with SSDs.
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    thank you for the info> I will get an adapter and try it out.

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