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Converting to a pc

I have just got very cheap a working ml310 two sata drives etc. There are slots for cards and I would like to fit a sound card ( I have installed xp) the pci slots are the wrong way around for the sound cards I have can you help please?

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This machine was never intended to be a PC. It does not have any standard PCI slots, only PCI-X slots. You can get PCI-X sound cards but these will be expensive if you are able to find then. You can try to search to buy PCI-X sound cards in google.

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Use this (free) partition software to delete all partitions on the external drive (and make VERY sure that it's pointing at the external, and not your main hard disk!).
http://www.partition-tool.com/personal.htm
...so delete all partitions; make a new one and see if that is 250 GB.
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If no, you could try editing the partition table directly with this:
ftp://ftp.symantec.com/public/english_us_canada/tools/pq/utilities/PTEDIT32.zip
...you'll again have to be careful you're working on the right hard disk.  To use this, you'll need to know the number of heads, cylinders etc.  This data might be on a label on the disk (inside the external drive case), or you might be able to get it from the disk's manufacturer; either on their website or by emailing their tech support.

If editing the partition table doesn't work, or if the numbers keep reverting/changing, then it's highly likely that the hard disk is stuffed.  Only thing to do then is replace the hard disk in the external case (make sure you swap for the same type: IDE for IDE and SATA for SATA); or explore your warranty options.

Hope that helped.  Good luck!

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