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I was inspired by this 'ible http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY_USB_quotHard_Drivequot/ to use an old dead HDD to house some USB thumb drives but I was short a torx bit and impatient. ...
Parts:*Old IDE Zip drive.*USB hub*USB thumb drive/s*antistatic bag*tape*water dropletTools:*small regular screwdriver*hobby knife
Press in on the tabs holding the plastic faceplate and pop the faceplate off. With a small regular screwdriver pry up the 4 tabs on the top of ...
Remove the springs at the front of the drive.Slide the drive carriage back until it stops and lift out.Yank out the wires.
There was more than enough clearance for this beautiful little travel USB hub but I plan on adding drives in the future so I'm taking it apart now. ...
When I first started this mod I wanted to have the light light but after comparing the hole to the nub on the back of my USB cord ...
An antistatic bag is a quick and slick way of insulating the hub from the sides of the metal enclosure.
Pop the top back onto the drive.Slide the bag with hub into the drive and secure the faceplate.Bend down the metal tabs and Viola!
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