If your HDs are the IDE type, then you need to either set one to master and one to slave, or use 'cable select' to do it automatically. When you bought your new HD, chances are that it is already in cable select mode, but you should check to make sure they both are before you continue. You can do this by looking to the right of the large series of pins where the data cable is connected. You should see some more pins, with a 'jumper' connectin two of them together. The position of the jumper sets the HD to whatever mode you want. Check on the back of the HD or in the manual to find out which position is cable select.
When both drives are in cable select mode, put them both into the case mounting, preferably not too far apart, and screw them in. Then find the cable which was attached to the first drive. You'll see that it has 3 connectors: 1 in the motherboard, 1 in the middle and 1 at the end. Plug the end cable into your first HD (the one with the operating system on it) and the middle connector to your new HD. Finally, connect a power cable to both HDs. It doesn't matter which, just find a spare one. (They have 4 wires going to them: red black and yellow) Turn on your computer! Windows or your operating system should pick it up.
With SATA hard drives it is easy: just plug the second one in at any spare SATA connector: the SATA connectors are thick pink wires. You'll also probably need a SATA power convertor which changes the standard power connectors to one for a SATA drive. You may need to change settings in your BIOS to tell the computer which drive has your OS on it, but that shouldn't be needed. If you do have to, hold DELETE when your system boots. You should find a blue screen with options on it. Look for something like "Advanced Config." -> "Boot order" and set your old HD to be before your new one. Press F10 to save and quit.
I've linked to two sites which might help you: they have the same sort of guide but with pictures and a bit more detail.
there both the same its called HARD DISK DRIVE or HDD nowadays harddisk and harddrive are 2 ways of saying the same thing
both are magnetic devices and work in the same think
The same things as an internal harddisk, except it must be connected to the computer by an external cable (e.g. USB, FireWire, Thunderbolt, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, SCSI) or via Wi-Fi.
are they physically harassing you? then no
A remote terminal is a computer connected to a network, but is not physically in the same building as the rest of the computers on the network. For example, it might be a computer at the home of a business employee, connected over a secure link to their place of work.
The same way people need blackboard. To jot specific thing down so they can be manipulated and retrieved faster with the context intact instead of trying to do everything with your brain. When the process finish the blackboard is cleared. If a brain is the CPU and harddisk, the blackboard is the memory.
it's the same question but mentally stimulated & physically fit is my description
An iMac is a computer, but a computer is not necessarily an iMac, so they are not the same thing.
No, multiplayer stats are stored on the server.
It stays the same - Computer is Computer.
If it is the same computer, then the users are presumably physically accessing the computer. The low-tech approach would be to use a post-it note. Electronically, there are many ways to accomplish this. You might have a logon script that checks a certain file for information and then displays it on the screen for a user, you might schedule a task to be run at a certain time, etc.
In computer programming, you can use multiple threads if you want the computer to do several things at the same time.In computer programming, you can use multiple threads if you want the computer to do several things at the same time.In computer programming, you can use multiple threads if you want the computer to do several things at the same time.In computer programming, you can use multiple threads if you want the computer to do several things at the same time.
Physically attracted to both must mean Bisexual, as this need not require emotional involvement.
Chemically and physically the same
Are they alive? Yes. They have a heart, physically and emotionally, same as you and I.
Physically all the electrons are similar.
It's the same for adults and teens.
Yes the ecm and the engine computer are the same thing.
a computer and tree are the same because trees have roots and computers have webs
'computer' is exactly the same word in Dutch = 'computer'
Computer, Mini computer, Micro computer, or Personal computer
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computer and PC is the same thing the PC stands for personal computer.
A laptop is a kind of computer, but there are other kinds of computer, too.