Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
You need to turn off the computer, unplug it then press the power button for a few seconds to make sure the power was relived from the motherboard. Next you need to open the case so you can see inside it, now before placing the hard drive in the case just touch the inside of the case somewhere on the frame, you want to make sure that you do not cause a static shock to the motherboard.
There are two things that need to be plugged in. You need to plug
in the power plug and the Ide cable or sata cable. If you are adding this or replacing one, just look at the way the one inside is installed and do the same thing for the one you are putting in.
If you leave the PC then go back to put in the drive, touch the case again. If you have anyother questions, please post back, everyone
is more than willing to help you.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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