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How do i remove the hardrive from my packard bell club 79 computer?I have some pics on there i would like to put on my new pc,my old packard club 79 will no longer connect to the net though(so i cant e-mail them) and because it's got win98 on cant recognise USB pens.

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The harddrive is likely to be located with some screws

Remove these screws
There will be a ribbon cable and a power lead - remove these
you will then need to install this into your current PC.
1 - Do you have a spare line or space on an IDE line...
2 - You will need to establish whether you are on primary or secondary line, and then if you need to set your hard drive to be a master or slave Hard drive (recommned slave on the 'other' line to your master hard drive) - this will improve the communication speed.

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How can i remove the hard drive from my packard bell club 79 computer?I have some pics on there i would like to put on my new pc but the old packard bell no longer connects to the net and as it had win98...


If you have a router with two thernet ports you can connect them together using this.
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The other thing you could do is buy a USB hard disk caddy. Fit you hard drive into this and then connect it to the USB port of your new computer. Make sure the caddy will take your size and type of hard disk.

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