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liz74

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i have a tiny 5gig hard drive, as i want to burn dvd's im finding i dont have enough space.can i get a bigger one and add it or swap it, which do you think is easier?is it possible to do this without losing all my data?
i have a GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE46 AND AM RUNNING WIN 98
any help will be great thanx <_<
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ok, i found out my puter is
GenuineIntel
Intel®Celeron™Processor
64.0MB Ram
Does this help anyone?i really need more drive space <_<
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Any drive under 37GB should work fine. Anything over that size may require a BIOS update to your system, or some tricks to make it work.
We'd need more info about your system to know for sure.
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how do i access this infomation?
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go to the control pannel click on systems.
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thanx 09mlb86 but i upgraded a while ago, but thanx anyway :tazz:
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