#4 is redundant if you can make the sata-sata connection work.
And if you have Wall Plugs I suggest you change them for Wall Sockets -
On 25 May 2013 08:49, Brian Swale <bj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have posted a quick&nasty drawing of my perception of what may be
> needed for my set-up.
> I realise I might have superfluous cables in there, but for clarity, i'd
> like to
> know which they are. And also any mistakes in perception / understanding
> that I might have got to up to now.
> To clarify my objective(s) for the understanding of some of us; I want to
> able to quickly plug in a hard drive, clone the fixed one initially, then
> updates to it at intervals.
> In between times, I will take this backup drive to a separate place of
> I could have more than one plug-in drive doing this.
> I know that I could plug one into the vacant slot there is on the main
> inside the chassis, but I really do not want a 30 - 50 minute job where a 5
> second one is available.
> Comments and advice much appreciated.
> Brian Swale
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