No. Ribbon cables are flat and wide. The SATA cable was designed to be narrow and slightly thicker, so it would not block as much air flow in the case.
you have to buy one of verizons connector cables specifically made for this purpose. Mine was 6 bucks
The hard disk or "hard drive" is inside the computer, usually in the front. It is a rectangular object 4" wide, by 5 3/4" long, by 1" thick. It will be mounted to the "case" by 4 screws. It will have two cables attached to the back of it... on older computers, one of the cables will be flat, and wide ("ribbon cable"). On newer computers both cables will be about the same size.Look for the soft one instead...
What is the pin number for the ribbon cable?
fiber optic cables, coaxial cables, and twisted pair cables.
Drivers are connected to the motherboard with ribbon cables or thinner SERIAL ATA cables.
Ribbon cables are mostly, but not always lower voltage signal carriers. Power cables are mostly larger and carry higher voltage to various parts tht need it.
Computer cables are often made of copper.
Many newer systems don't have any ribbon cables at all. Ribbon cables were used for IDE drives, SCSI drives, and floppy drives. The number of cables will depend on the number of drives in the system (16 drives per SCSI cable, 2 per IDE cable, and 2 per floppy cable).
A 40 or an 80
The purpose of ribbon embroidery is to provide extra decoration for an object. The ribbon embroidery is usually added to an object after the object has been created.