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How do i tell SATA compatible?


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How can i tell if my motherboard is SATA compatible? Is there any sort of cable on it?

Now i use ATA 80Gigs hard drive and i'm interested in buying a second one 250 or 300 Gigs.
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Hello, and welcome to Geeks To Go.
SATA uses a different cable\connector than IDE.
If your mother board has the SATA connectors you can use a SATA drive.
Please go here to see the connector\cable and read about SATA.
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Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!! I think that answered my question
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