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SDSA5jk-256GB

Postby Wanderson » 22.05.17, 21:07

Good afternoon
I'm having an SSD with model SDSA5JK-256 GB
I would like to know which adapter I can connect to the PC3000

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Re: SDSA5jk-256GB

Postby Roman_TS » 23.05.17, 10:01

Hello,

This is Mini PCI-Express based drive. There is no adapter to SATA, because as we know, it does not contain SATA controller inside CPU, only PCI-E. But anyway, you can try to find adapter miniPCI-E to PCI-E - should works.
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Re: SDSA5jk-256GB

Postby Wanderson » 23.05.17, 15:02

See how he is
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Re: SDSA5jk-256GB

Postby Roman_TS » 24.05.17, 10:56

This is a MacBook drive? Which model of Mac is it?
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Re: SDSA5jk-256GB

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 26.05.17, 13:28

Roman_TS wrote:Source of the post This is a MacBook drive? Which model of Mac is it?



Roman ,
Sir are these kinda drives also workable with the flash tool ?
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Re: SDSA5jk-256GB

Postby Roman_TS » 29.05.17, 11:11

Sir are these kinda drives also workable with the flash tool ?


You mean recovery through chip-off? No. All modern SSD, especially based on PCI-E controller, have full hardware encryption by AES-256 key. Recovery will be not available at all - you will see only encrypted rubbish.
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