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P4vmm2 mobo is p4vmm2 mobo compatible with 80 gig seagate sata hard drive

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    mauricenoob May 11, 2008

    sir mewms about the adapter you were saying...can i buy it individual, what is it called? sorry im very noob about computers. thanks for replying my problem.. hoping for your reply again. ^_^

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The P4VMM2 ver 5.0 has no SATA connectors so to connect a SATA drive to ihe IDE channels you would need an adapter.

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