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Kingwin SATA to IDE Bridge Board ADP-06
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- Convert all SATA devices to IDE
- Data transfer rate up to 3.0 Gbps
- Two LED indicators for "power on" (green) and "HDD" (red)
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The side with the SATA port has a thick 3M padding which is very good for space buffer between a 3.5 SATA and the adapter.
It works as advertised. There is a selectable pin and right now it's set to SATA to IDE mode but if you move the pin one spot, it will be in reverse IDE to SATA mode. However, I have not tried the IDE to SATA mode.
Construction of the product appears to be very good and much better than another adapter I bought a while back.
Two caveats: 1) There are no jumpers for Master/Slave, so the attached drive comes up as Master and you have no choice; and 2) When the attached drive is accessed, neither the red led on the adapter nor the front panel drive activity led blink (curiously, they both DO blink if a slave drive is attached to the same IDE cable and IT is accessed!)
UPDATE 9/30/2011: I've downgraded this review to 1-star because during a month of use with this adapter installed, my system locked up about every 3 days - locked up, tight as a drum, no mouse no keyboard, no display (if the display had been turned off by power management, otherwise the display was static with no cursor) - the only possible action was turn the machine off and reboot. This happened consistently every few days. I finally ordered the EZQuest IDE-SADA adapter from Other World Computing (see review on Amazon) and replaced this Kingwin adapter. Verdict: the EZQuest adapter has been working prefectly 24/7 for over a week now with no lock-ups. I can therefore only assume that the lock-ups were being caused by the Kingwin adapter (and not the Kingston SSD that I installed at the same time.) To top it all off, the EZQuest adapter DOES correctly pass along disk activity to the front panel LED, whereas the Kingwin adapter DOES NOT; and the EZQuest adapter DOES have a master/slave jumper, whereas the Kingwin adapter DOES NOT. Too much trouble to return it, I'm just tossing it in the trash.
I converted an SATA to an IDE (1.5tb).
Works great computer boot's etc no problems.
I'm trying to hook up a SATA drive to my old Shuttle XPC, without any success.
The drive is getting power (green light), but the adapter doesn't recognize the drive (no red light). Tried the jumper in both positions with no success.
The drive works fine in a USB enclosure, so it's not the problem.
I'm now 0-2 with SATA to IDE adapters. For the money I've wasted, I could've bought a SATA controller card. I'm done with these things.
Learn from my mistake and just get a SATA controller card. You'll be a lot happier.
p/s I would not bye anything from ComPUSA again, very unhelpful, they did not satisfy my needs.
Also there is a jumper labeled C-A-B. It states on the circuit board to use C-A for SATA to IDE and A-B for IDE to SATA. Problem was I had to use A-B for SATA to IDE to get the device to work. If I tried C-A the motherboard wouldn't recognize the drive, which was the only device attached to the IDE controller.
Bottom line: It works fine, but don't do stupid things to it.
(The second time I ordered this board, USPS took forever to ship it. It is literally still sitting in Phoenix, Arizona as I write this review, where it has been for the past week.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked really well. Bought this for a friend's Xbox mod since we had a spare SATA drive for it and things worked out of the box easily. Highly recommendedPublished 20 hours ago by Niel Cuenca
Converted an IDE case to fit a SATA DVD drive, this adapter worked perfect! Thank you! The price was also very good, Thank you!Published 2 months ago by william tretter
The work good for new drives in older computers best made ones i have seen other companies are not as good.Published 5 months ago by Robert Jimmo
I bought two of these to install an SATA hard drive in an original Xbox... neither of them worked. I tried on several different Xboxes and with several different hard drives. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael Pica