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Hard disk hello sir, My problem is how to add aonther hard disk in pc and which type. 40GB hard disk price and 80GB hard disk price.which company's best hard disk. show me full imformation. thanks

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Just remove the fllopy and connet the hard disk secondary it will be work

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Thank U sir... All The Best...

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