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If ur hard drive is IDE port then
attach the 1st end of ide cable to the motherboard and second end of ide cable {IDE1}to the hard disk {make this hard disk MASTER by change the jumper settings }
attach the second hard disk to ide cable {IDE 2} make this hard disk SLAVE by remove the jumper from hdd

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