I've used this laptop hard drives for over a decade now and have yet to see a model as you write. To help me help you, the make and model numbers (supply all you see if unsure) will help us sort this out.
And if it's truly some oddball, then rest assured it's not a common unit and no drive case or adapter may exist. My bet is on something else, but supply the information and let's move forward.
After our detailed discussions, I am still unable to connect my old LAPTOP hard drive to the enclosure that I purchased from Computer Geeks. My last email mentions that my old hard drive does not have prong-like pins. My pins are lined up in a row without any spaces between the pins. What do I do now?