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How do i do it
Before opening cpu just confirm that the another harddisk is master or slave by going to BIOS set up or CMOS setup....
then open you cpu
see near the harddisk which is already connected ...
then do the following:
first you have to make jumper settings .. if the harddisk which is already connected is master then you must make the extra harddisk slave by shifting the jumper to next two pins .... about jumpers it will be defined on the harddisk label refer it....
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just refer this simple dots as pins which is parallel.. ... if you want to make master then you put the jumper to this first pins parallelly if you want to make slave then put in to second pins parallely...
1. there will be one bus which is left empty parallel to the harddisk which is already connected... the bus will broad and it will be in white colour ... connect it to extra harddisk correctly...
2.there will one more parallel power supply which will be have 4 pins small one ... connect it to extra harddisk the yellow wire must be facing you....
then just switch on the pc and check in bios settings the extra harddisk is detected or not... if not you have not connected properly connect it properly...
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