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i heard that you can put two harddrives together in to one computer i was wondering how you go about doing it i have a 13 gb in one computer and a 19 gb in the other i was thinking i would put them together to give me more room ... trying to find a cheap way of getting more space :tazz:

Edited by ambmy9, 02 February 2006 - 04:33 PM.

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Yes you can its an easy and painless job, you can have as many drives as you have room for and ide heads for. take the drive from one computer put it in the other(you open it up and unscrew them, set the drive you have taken out to slave using the jumpers at the back, and then put it in the other computer plug the other head thats on the same cable that goes into the other drive into that one then hook up the power to it so it should end up just like the one above on the same cable going to the motherboard.

You can google for some more detailed info its a simple and routine procedure.
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