I have an old and much-loved Archos Jukebox MP3 player
(actually an MP3 recorder) that I would like to upgrade to solid-state storage. It currently has a (broken) 20GB 2.5" IDE hard disk drive which, ideally, I would like to replace with SDHC flash memory. The only problem is that everything bolts onto the 2.5" HDD frame and without it, the whole thing falls apart.
IDE to SDHC adapters
are easily available but I cannot find any with 2.5" frames. Apart from hacking the old drive, the best that I can do is buy an IDE to mSATA adapter
and then plug an mSATA to SDHC adapter
into that (or use an mSATA SDD card).
For the time being, I have ordered another IDE hard drive. Any suggestions?
Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so,
almost everyone gets busy on the proof. -- J.K. Galbraith
Edited by micksharpe (Mon 20-Apr-15 14:14:45)