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namanb
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Recover Data on Fried X1 Carbon (original)

Hi all,

 

I have an X1 Carbon 3443-CTO (original X1 Carbon from 2012). The motherboard seems to have fried, and I'm out of warranty, so I went ahead and ordered a new laptop.

 

I have data on the SSD of my X1C that I'd like to retrieve if possible, but I've been looking around and it seems like the size/interface of the SSD is proprietary (?). Is there a way I can connect the SSD to another machine to retrieve the data, via some sort of enclosure, or other method?

 

Thanks!

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Re: Recover Data on Fried X1 Carbon (original)

Hello and welcome,

 

I think this adapter would help.  I haven't tried it or verified that it's the right one.  Please verify yourself.  You should be able to Google up several possible adapters.

 

This is just an example, not endorsing:

 

http://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Ultrabook-Sandisk-SATA-Adapter/dp/B00ITX9DZS

 

Z.

 

 


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