Please re-read the initial post - SATA to USB.
All of the ones at Newegg are listed as eSATA.
And according to Dell's support site, no, the 9100 doesn't have an eSATA plug - that plug is the docking bay port.
LOL - that's the first place I searched - I couldn't find anything that would take an SATA drive and give out Firewire or USB 2.0. Mind you, I searched for about 5 minutes.
That's when I went to other places.
How hard would it be to swap the HDD?
I need to run some beta stuff but don't want it to mess up the production system, so I'm thinking maybe a HDD swap would do.
And no, I don't have the 3790 - going through my usage list and seeing which laptops survive the cuts.
Originally Posted by John
I tried everything, custom white, fluorescent, portrait. The best pics were always the auto ones. For that last set of 9 pics I took 107.
The camera does great outdoors but in low light it has problems. And screens don't do good in lots of light.
I'm beginning to believe that.
Yeah, I have the PowerShot G3. Had to open up an about:blank in Mozilla then use that as the custom white balance...
According to what Windows thinks - S4 (hibernation) should use no power. S2/S3 (standby) does use power, but at a very low level.
In general though, there are always parts of the system still using power. If it has a CMOS chip for storing BIOS configuration, then it might have a battery backup just like a desktop.