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Maxtor slave settings to recover data

I have two E- machines, T1600 that the mother board is bad and I want to install the hard drive from it into my other computer ( T-3306 ) to recover some data. The hard drive I took from the T1600 is a Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 8 and from what I can find, it looks like I can install this into my computer as a slave. If I do this, can I recover data from it?
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Leave your original drive in your PC set as master, set the T1600 to slave
Open your desktop, click my computer and click C drive, reduce the window so you can slide it to one side, click my computer again and then click G drive if that is what the slave is called. Make a new directory in C drive and give it a name, Drag your files over and drop them into the directory.

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