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Puting in new hardrrive in a Compqa Presario 7599 do not know were to plug the cable into black or white on momtherbord

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    250 GB PATA/100

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    evelasco May 11, 2010

    What kind of hardrive are pluging?

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You can try to check the manual here.

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