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  Diemmess 20:04 25 Jul 2003

With suitable kit (tray etc) you can withdraw a standard internal second HDD and plug it in again when wanted.

My own experience with an external USB HDD is that it is fine, but even with a USB 2 connection, data transfer is nowhere near as fast as an ordinary internal drive, in fact closer to a fast reading CDROM. Fine for data but I don't think you can run a Windows O/S from a USB connection.

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