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Ide and sata hard drives

I have a (soltek) nvidia-nforce2 (SL-75FRN2-RL) and on the board it has 2 S-ATA connecters and 3 IDE connecters. I am going to use 2 s-ata hard drives with XP on it. I also have 1 IDE hard drive with ME on it. How can I connect the 3 hard drives and have it boot from the s-ata so I can transfer all of my files from the IDE to the S-ATA?

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    please can some one help me I need my files off my IDE hard drive and on to my S-ATA hard drive.

  • babies Oct 06, 2007

    Thank you so very much



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