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Old 05-24-2004, 05:32 PM   #1
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Question more then 2 harddrives

today i found 2 20gb harddrives in my closet that i didnt even know i had, and i was running out of space of harddrive space, so i was wondering how the hell can i run 4 harddrives on my computer?. i want to keep my cd drives and all that. and i dont have any of those raid or sata configs, i use ata, and right now i am using 2 20gb harddrives which contain a lot of data.
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Old 05-25-2004, 01:46 AM   #2
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you can by an extra IDE card on the net or at your local computer shop
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today i found 2 20gb harddrives in my closet that i didnt even know i had, and i was running out of space of harddrive space, so i was wondering how the hell can i run 4 harddrives on my computer?. i want to keep my cd drives and all that. and i dont have any of those raid or sata configs, i use ata, and right now i am using 2 20gb harddrives which contain a lot of data.
Very Very simple,get a "removeable HD case",then you have no limits,even a fan or 2.100 hard drives if you want.
It's just plug and use then,if the bios is set to autodetect,
the only bios suggestion i make.
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