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I have an 80 GB hard drive to replace the one that died in my DPS16. Can you give ne intructions on how to format/partition and load the OS back on? Thanks.

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Simply remove the old drive and install the new one. The OS for the Akai DPS16 is kept on the motherboard. Once installed, format the disk and it will automatically partition. My new 80GB drive partitioned into 7 @11GB each. Leave the jumper at CS (cable select).

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