Learn how to connect an HDD or an SSD via USB
When adding an HDD or SSD to your PC, there are roughly two ways: “direct connection” and “USB connection”. Many desktop PCs have a place to fix an HDD or SSD to be added inside, in which case the HDD or SSD can be directly connected. However, since it is necessary to open the case and screw it in when installing it, it is easy and recommended to connect with USB regardless of whether it is a desktop PC or notebook PC. Also, if you use an HDD or SSD case, you can easily connect the internal HDD and SSD via USB. It is also convenient when you want to remove the HDD of the PC you used before and transfer the data to a new PC. This content explains each USB connection method and features.
1. When connecting an external HDD via USB
2. When connecting an external SSD via USB
3. When connecting an internal HDD or SSD via USB
An HDD and SSD can be used very easily by connecting with USB. If you purchase a commercially available drive for USB connection, you can connect it as it is, or if you use a case for external connection, you can also connect the internal one with USB.