I was wandering if someone would be kind enough to set me strait about something. It's an idea I had when I was/am devising a way to get Linux on my laptop (Toshiba Protégé 3490CT). It is not possible with windows I know but could anyone tell me if it is possible in any way to use my standard 3.5" hdd to 2.5" laptop hdd connector to use my desktop machine to install Linux on the hard drive and swap the drive back to the laptop. I only ask this because I know how flexible Linux can be and I have no other means to install onto the laptop as it has no network card, no floppy drive or optical disk drive. Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Last edited by thomas-linuxing; 07-24-2006 at 06:06 PM.