Reddit Reddit reviews Galaxy S8 Privacy Tempered Glass Anti-Spy Screen Protector [3D Curved] [Case Friendly] [9H Hardness] for Samsung Galaxy S8

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16 Reddit comments about Galaxy S8 Privacy Tempered Glass Anti-Spy Screen Protector [3D Curved] [Case Friendly] [9H Hardness] for Samsung Galaxy S8:

u/abz_eng · 8 pointsr/freenas

These would be great and probably are great for business but for home users not so much

u/phoeniks · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Officially there is no way to do this.

Unofficially, I have done this in the past with a Tivo box. You would need to physically remove the hard drive from the DVR and mount it in your computer. Easy if you have a desktop, otherwise you can buy a cheap sata to USB connector on Amazon like this

On the Tivo, the filesystem was Linux which Windows cannot natively read so you will need a utility like this one

Without seeing the DVR drive, I can't tell you how to find the video file you want,although there is probably a date and time stamp in the filename.

Having found the file, your remaining problems are viewing/converting it to a useful format, and possibly defeating DRM on the file.

u/dananananaykroyd · 3 pointsr/Liverpool

Have a scout on YouTube for a specific video but you’ll see that it’s a piece of piss. Here’s an example

Buy one of these

Plug it into your computer and recover files. In the scenario that the hard drive is just fine then you can even just get a new enclosure for it. Just get the right size - 2.5” or 3.5”

For the sake of £6 quid it’s worth having a go yourself.

u/crashgoggz · 2 pointsr/london

I've done lots of hard drive removals. what model of Lenovo is it?

I've had lots of luck googling the laptop model and teardown. once you've got the drive out, you'll want to plug it into the new laptop.

I've used this type of thing on the past with success. Other option is to get the shop you are buying the new laptop from to copy over your data as part of the service.

u/NekoJonez · 2 pointsr/techsupport

If it's a Windows machine and you want to replace a HDD with an SSD... I have done this with the laptop of my GF and my mom's laptop. I used Macrium Reflect ( to copy one disk to the SSD. You'll need an adapter so you can attach the SSD to your PC without removing the HDD. Something like this:

Macrium Reflect is quite good and I never had troubles with it for all the PC's I used it for. It makes a bit for bit copy of your drive. Be careful with the partitions though, those can be tricky.

u/Weissnix_4711 · 2 pointsr/wii

Started on it. So far still need to find the actual dimensions of the mounting points on a 3.5", but hey... Tomorrow's a day too.

I have made the decision simply to leave the back area around the data connectors open, to try and fit as many different convertors as possible. Hopefully something like this should work:

u/Jnsjknn · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

If only the screen and keyboard are broken, you can use an external display and keyboard to use the computer.

Now, if the computer itself is broken, but the hard drive is not, you can open the laptop by removing some screws and remove the hard drive. The rectangular part in the bottom left corner of this picture is the hard drive.

You can then get either put that hard drive into another laptop or buy a USB to SATA adapter (example) to plug it to a computer with USB.

u/finglongerUK · 2 pointsr/techsupport

if you have a desktop you could connect the HDD direct to the motherboard if you have spare power and sata cable

or you could use a USB > sata adapter or USB disk enclosure to connect the HDD externally

u/jamesleomorris · 2 pointsr/sffpc

Yes i'm using one of these.

I use it as an SSD for games. There's a 15-20% decrease in read/write speeds compared to being plugged into a mobo sata, but I haven't noticed the difference and it hasn't impacted game performance at all.

u/GoatBotherer · 1 pointr/xboxone

Cool, and would this USBto SATA be ok?


I'm pretty sure I've got some Torx screwdrivers around so might have a crack at taking the console apart later to see how I get on. Thanks for your help, it's appreciated.

Typical that this happens just as I start 10 days off work :(

u/doublehelix92 · 1 pointr/techsupport

So if I get this and plug the USB into my spare laptop and the SATA cable into my old HDD, will I see the HDD and its files pop up in "Devices and drives" in file explorer (assuming it still works)?

u/ARobertNotABob · 1 pointr/techsupport

Then get one of these :

Next, remove the hard drive from PC, and with another PC/laptop, attach to your guest PC with the will appear like a USB drive.

You'll need another USB drive to then copy your files to.

u/weker · 1 pointr/techsupport

Ah, can't say I'm shocked as that this might have been something I overlooked. I bought this which I bought while admittedly in a panicked state since my hard drive was messing up and what not. Can you by chance direct me to the one I would need to be able to externally connect my computer?

Would this be suitable?

The hard drive itself is a Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 1TB

u/iain_1986 · 1 pointr/techsupport


I'm in the UK, would this work too?


EDIT - its super cheap and on prime

u/mayhem-8 · 1 pointr/applehelp

Ok do you have a SATA to USB connector/caddy to plug your internal hard drive into then boot your Mac from it via USB?

Are you able to plug your hard drive into a Windows PC and download a free program called HDTune that can check the whole hard drive for bad sectors using the error scan tab?

Do you have a spare hard drive (internal or external) that you could do a clean install of Mojave too to rule out a software issue 100%?

You can test the Mac with just one ram stick in one slot (alternate the slot) to work out if you have a ram stick fault or ram slot fault

u/dr_rainbow · 1 pointr/techsupport

Would a SATA USB cable do? Like this?

The HD is a Maxtor Maxline III 250GB.

edit: bought a powered one.