Just do a search for foxconn support and you will get a link to their support website It is quite user friendly and you can get manuals and driver downloads even for distant past products. Had to go there myself.
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If your optical data cable is long gray and flat then you have a PATA/IDE drive and if your optical data cable is small and contains 7 small pins it is SATA You can look up both IDE and SATA on google to check. Then you can order a matching hard drive off of a website. I strongly recommend www.newegg.com. As long as you order the matching cable type you can order any model make or color for your computer.