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  1. A hoodle hoy.

    Given that I have a few gift cards and my hard drive is usually riding along the 200MB line with me scrapping for extra space, I figured it is time to get an additional drive.

    However, the main problem being that I have no idea whatsoever on how to go abouts it. :D

    I have a few questions of this and if anyone can help me out that would be awesome to the tenth power. :D

    1. Is there, a certain type of drive that is specificly for being an additional one?

    2. How, exactly am I to connect it to my computer? (This kind of ties in with the first one, as I am not sure what type I buy and how it works.)

    I think that's about the just of that I need to know to start off with. :D Thanks. :D

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    2. AirRaid

      AirRaid

      Thining about it, installing a second hard drive is probably the most difficult/complex thing to do inside a PC, unless you need to replace your motherboard. :P

    3. chilvence

      chilvence

      Shh There are people that will pay you to do this

    4. Danarchy

      Danarchy

      AirRaid said:

      Thining about it, installing a second hard drive is probably the most difficult/complex thing to do inside a PC, unless you need to replace your motherboard. :P

      Heh, yeah. I was suprised how hard it was to install my second hard drive. It took me an entire day to get it right. I kept fucking things up and wondering what the Hell was going wrong. I learned this all a few years ago in a high school class, but I must have forgot something. My computer is still in 3 pieces because of that incident because the side panel that the mobo is attatched to refuses to reconnect to the rest of the case. Oh well.

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