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Do odd's use sata cables?

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I got a Samsung 850 evo 250gb today for christmas (yay) and it didn't come with sata cables. I also have a odd which I never use. Do odd's use sata cables that my ssd can also use?

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Also what is the best migration software I can use, I don't have a backup drive and I don't want it to fail please.

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I got a Samsung 850 evo 250gb today for christmas (yay) and it didn't come with sata cables. I also have a odd which I never use. Do odd's use sata cables that my ssd can also use?

You need one SATA cable per drive, as most ODDs are SATA, you might need another cable.

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You need one SATA cable per drive, as most ODDs are SATA, you might need another cable.

I have a sata cable for my hdd, and I wont use my odd so I will use the sata cable for my ssd.

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You can use the SATA cable. If your drive uses SATA, then you can use it.

 

Samsung has a migration s/w

 

http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/whitepaper/whitepaper11.html

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