CutNpaste 02:19 19 Oct 05

Can i plug a SATA II HDD on my exsisting SATA port?

Thank you

  bremner 10:40 19 Oct 05

I think the connections may be different looking at this click here

In any event your motherboard board will have to have support for the SATA II standard to be able to make use of the additional transfer speed.

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