The company I work for just did some spring cleaning and I ended up with a couple of free HDDs. The drive in question is a Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 (160GB 7200RPM) from 2003. It's an ATA-7 so it'll transfer up to 133MB/s which isn't all that great but... it was a free drive. The HDD was inside of a NetDisk NDAS but whenever I plug it into any Mac or PC, the drive does not spin. So either the drive is broken or the NetDisk NDAS is broken. I had a previous experience with Maxtor a few years back, when my 500GB HDD stopped mounting. So I took apart the enclosure and mounted the HDD via a USB 3.0 docking station. The drive worked fine and that's why I'm curious to see if this 160GB drive works as well. But because it's a PATA drive, I'm unable to mount it via my docking station which only does 3.5" and 2.5" SATA drives. All I can seem to find are converters that attach directly to the motherboard but I'm looking for an external solution, a PATA to SATA enclosure if you will, that connects over USB 3.0 or even FW800. If anyone knows of anything like that, I'll be one happy camper!