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Toombs

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Can you have more than one Hard Disk Drive ?
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Welcome to Geeks to go.

Yes is the answer for a desktop, also one can have harddrive externally too via USB

But in order for others to find and follow your thread, would you perfer to repost it in the hardware forum, link bellow, so that we can continue there then.


http://www.geekstogo...p?act=SF&s=&f=9

Edited by fleamailman, 09 September 2005 - 04:22 AM.

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Real sorry, I thought I saw this thread in the off topic forum so I ask you to post it here.

Now, depending on which system you use you can run more than one hard drive in your computer normally going under the terms slave/master, very often people use the second harddrive as a storage dive thus freeing the master drive to work quicker, anyway if you do add a second drive below the top one in the computer, remember to look at the back of the harddrive to to see if the jumps(little plasic plug) are clear done as top one master and lower one slave, otherwise it normally leads to conflict
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one more thing do you have to have a specific internal hard disk drive? to be able to use it ?
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You can easily mix any types of hard drives together, there do not have to be any precedents...
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ok thanks for the time...
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