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Camcorder smashed HD looks fine but how do I get the data off it now??

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#1 jrad77


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Posted 16 June 2012 - 03:23 AM

I use to have a JVC Everio camera which was totally smashed.. So I kept the hard drive which is ....
Hitachi model HTC426020G5CE00 Travel Star
20 gig 4200rpm
Manufacturer Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
Hard Disk Drive / SSD / Storage Device Technical Details
Hard Disk Model HITACHI HTC426020G5CE00
Disk Family Travelstar C4K60 Slim
Form Factor 1.8"
Capacity 20 GB (20 x 1 000 000 000 bytes)
Number Of Disks 1
Number Of Heads 2
Rotational Speed 4200 RPM
Rotation Time 14.29 ms
Average Rotational Latency 7.14 ms
Disk Interface Ultra-ATA/100
Buffer-Host Max. Rate 100 MB/seconds
Buffer Size 2048 KB
Average Seek Time 15 ms
Width 54 mm (2.13 inch)
Depth 71 mm (2.80 inch)
Height 5 mm (0.20 inch)
Weight 46 grams (0.10 pounds)
Acoustic (Idle) 2.6 Bel
Acoustic (Min performance and volume) 3.3 Bel
Acoustic (Max performance and volume) 3.3 Bel
Required Power For Spinup 1100 mA
Power Required (Seek) 2.3 W
Power Required (Idle) 1.8 W
Power Required (Standby) 0.2 W
Attached File  HTC426020G5CE00.jpg   30.52KB   0 downloads

the attachment connector cable is really thin... How or what do I need to get this on my laptop or PC hopefully using a USB connection. BTW using Windows 7. Thanks in advance.

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#2 jrad77

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Posted 16 June 2012 - 04:10 AM

actually is this what i need?? check out the link thanks :)


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Posted 16 June 2012 - 04:12 AM

Form Factor 1.8"

This one matches your drive.
Well after your second post which is much cheaper, you are correct as to what you needed.

Edited by jhayz, 16 June 2012 - 04:15 AM.


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