New drive

  jtw 10:52 26 Jan 03
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Must be a common question but have 4 yr old pc with 333 mhz, 4gb drive. Want to upgrade to as big hard drive as poss.(90,120gb??)
1. is there a limit to the size possible with older machines?
2. will install myself, what is partitioning, can i do it myself, where is software for it?
3. have old windows 98 disk from present machine, ok to install on new drive?

Any previous discussions you can point me to?

  clayton 10:59 26 Jan 03

Do you know the make & model no of your motherboard this will help us determine what hard drive your board will suppport, if you dont download this & it should tell you your motherboard info.

click here

  jtw 12:17 26 Jan 03

Main Circuit Board b
366 megahertz Intel Celeron
32 kilobyte primary memory cache
128 kilobyte secondary memory cache Board: TriGem Computer, Inc. COMO3 1.00
Bus Clock: 66 megahertz
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. 0631 07/15/95


any use?

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