I've been given a Windows 2000 IDE laptop hard drive and I need to retrieve the data. I've hooked it up to my Windows 7 machine and disk management does see it, however, the drive is not initialized. When I go to initialize the drive, I get the following error:
"The device is not ready".
Does anyone have any ideas how I proceed from here?
Does this connector have an extra power connector?
Is that something like this: http://www.esatacables.com/SATA-Hard-Drive-to-usb-adapter/SATA-IDE-ATA-66-ATA-100-ATA-133-COMBO-ADAPTER/sata-ide-combo-adapter-for-harddrives-sata-drives-ide-drives.jpg
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