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Hi All Dont Have a Clue What Im Doing ?

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Hello dieabeato

 

If the new drives are IDE (40 pin) easy to do the only thing slowing the prosess down may be the BIOS is not set for large drives.

If the Hard disk's are SATA you will nead a IDE to SATA adaptor and a 80 way cable to make it work.

I use SlaYers install DVD disk's but the Hexen Disk should work as well

Both disks have a bios flash section so if need be you can upgrade the bios

 

Cheers

SS dave

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