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How do i hook it up to a new computer with sata drives

Just wondering if it can be hooked up

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If you have a Parallel-ATA port on your motherboard like the port pictured here...
how do i hook it up to a new computer with sata dr - 1_5_2014_4_04_51_pm.jpg
...then you should have no problem using that drive in your new PC.

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