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In article<1fs8wa2wddso3.acxnayfox5pb.dlg@40tude.net>, ultred ragnusen<ultred@ragnusen.com> wrote:

> 
> What I like about DVD is that it doesn't require power to work, 

yes it does. 

> where the
> power connectors of some of my HDDs (the older ones) is a PITA to
> reproduce. 

sata, pata and scsi are all standard.

> Sure, I could disassemble the case and see what's inside and
> then use the SATA/PATA/IDE to USB, but that still doesn't negate the fact
> that Windows eats up the file system when/if you unplug it in a way that
> Windows doesn't like (ask me how I know this).

user error.