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Do I need to format a new hard drive?

I'd buy a new hard drive because my old hard was blue screen I think it's crash,it showme a several technical words and I don't understand nothing so my cuestion already I had install the hard drive int the case I did all conections,now what I nedd to do?

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  • insometido Feb 21, 2008

    thanks my friend I'll let you know

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You can do installing new windows on it, Insert your windows bootable disk in CD/DVD ROM and boot in it, and you can do formatting and then installing windows.

Installing windows please refer to this site for more info.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316941

after installing don't forget to install the drivers of your computer.

best regards, melnavz

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