mgmcc 08:40 28 May 2006

What you need to do is to install the new larger hard drive as "slave" in the PC and use Norton Ghost to "clone" the existing drive into the new drive. Then remove the old drive, swap the new drive from "slave" to the "master" on the primary IDE channel (also changing the jumper to "master") and the PC should then boot from the new drive, which will become "C" drive. The old drive can then be used as a second drive for file storage etc.

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