NOTE: I no longer have the SSD - I sold this device several years back
A while back I picked up an 128gb SSD off ebay for £5 - I knew that there may be something odd about it, or that it may not work at all but figured it was worth the punt.
It was recovered from a Lenovo Ideapad U300s Ultrabook and has a non-standard connector.
In order to use it in my desktop I would need to convert the connector to standard SATA - is there any hope of doing this? What would I need?
The SSD itself is just a small PCB wrapped in tape.
It has stickers with various serial / model numbers...
11534497 - 436
There is a flat ribbon cable, again wrapped in a sticky tape, with a tiny plastic connector at each end (I don't recognise it as any standard connector).
It has a label...
The ribbon cable contains 14 tiny copper wires, of which 4 have a red tinted colour.
The connector has 20 tiny pins.
Thanks for any pointers