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Will a ZIF-to-pins adapter fit in an iPod?

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Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up of the adapter board:

[image|133341|size=thumbnail]

(Click to enlarge. Remember that it uses a slim ribbon cable, pictured at the link above, as well.)

It's possible that if it works at all, it would only work to put a 5mm-thick ZIF drive into one of the thicker, higher-capacity iPod models that were made for 8mm-thick drives, which could leave some room for the adapter. Or it could also work for the thinner models (like I have), or it could be there's no way it would fit in either case. Can anyone who is very familiar with these HDD replacements say with certainty whether this would fit, for either the thinner or the thicker iPod models?

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Will a ZIF-to-pins adapter fit in an iPod?

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Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up of the adapter board that I found on another siteboard:
Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up of the adapter board that I found on another siteboard:
 
[image|133341|size=originalimage|133341|size=thumbnail]
[image|133341|size=originalimage|133341|size=thumbnail]
 
(Click to enlarge. Remember that it uses a slim ribbon cable, pictured at the link above, as well.)
 
It's possible that if it works at all, it would only work to put a 5mm-thick ZIF drive into one of the thicker, higher-capacity iPod models that were made for 8mm-thick drives, which could leave some room for the adapter. Or it could also work for the thinner models (like I have), or it could be there's no way it would fit in either case. Can anyone who is very familiar with these HDD replacements say with certainty whether this would fit, for either the thinner or the thicker iPod models?

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iPod 4th Generation or Photo

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Will a ZIF-to-pins adapter fit in an iPod?

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Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up of the adapter board that I found on another site, of the adapter boardsite:
Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up of the adapter board that I found on another site, of the adapter boardsite:
 
[image|133341|size=thumbnailimage|133341|size=original]
[image|133341|size=thumbnailimage|133341|size=original]
 
(Click to enlarge. Remember that it uses a slim ribbon cable, pictured at the link above, as well.)
 
It's possible that if it works at all, it would only work to put a 5mm-thick ZIF drive into one of the thicker, higher-capacity iPod models that were made for 8mm-thick drives, which could leave some room for the adapter. Or it could also work for the thinner models (like I have), or it could be there's no way it would fit in either case. Can anyone who is very familiar with these HDD replacements say with certainty whether this would fit, for either the thinner or the thicker iPod models?

기기:

iPod 4th Generation or Photo

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open

편집 작업: aratuk ,

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Will a ZIF-to-pins adapter fit in an iPod?

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Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up I found on another site, of the adapter board:
 
[image|133341|size=thumbnail]
 
(RememberClick to enlarge. Remember that it uses a slim ribbon cable, pictured at the link above, as well.)
(RememberClick to enlarge. Remember that it uses a slim ribbon cable, pictured at the link above, as well.)
 
It's possible that if it works at all, it would only work to put a 5mm-thick ZIF drive into one of the thicker, higher-capacity iPod models that were made for 8mm-thick drives, which could leave some room for the adapter. Or it could also work for the thinner models (like I have), or it could be there's no way it would fit in either case. Can anyone who is very familiar with these HDD replacements say with certainty whether this would fit, for either the thinner or the thicker iPod models?

기기:

iPod 4th Generation or Photo

현황:

open

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Will a ZIF-to-pins adapter fit in an iPod?

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Rather than buy a new iPod Classic, I'd like to resuscitate my old iPod Photo, which has a dead hard drive, with a higher-capacity ZIF drive. I've found [http://store.era-ele.com/zif-to-toshiba-18-adapter-p-44.html|an adapter that should do the trick], whose description even mentions the iPod (in broken English), but looking at the iFixit guide for HDD replacement, I can see that things are pretty tight in there. Here is a close-up I found on another site, of the adapter board:

[image|133341|size=thumbnail]

(Remember that it uses a slim ribbon cable, pictured at the link above, as well.)

It's possible that if it works at all, it would only work to put a 5mm-thick ZIF drive into one of the thicker, higher-capacity iPod models that were made for 8mm-thick drives, which could leave some room for the adapter. Or it could also work for the thinner models (like I have), or it could be there's no way it would fit in either case. Can anyone who is very familiar with these HDD replacements say with certainty whether this would fit, for either the thinner or the thicker iPod models?

기기:

iPod 4th Generation or Photo

현황:

open