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Old 10-13-2004, 08:45 PM   #1
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Question Want to add HD w/suse from old PC to new

I want to install my 4GB HD w/suse 9.1 (personal) already installed into my new Compaq sr1130NX with Athlon 3000+ w/160GB HD and XP Home installed. I know that I will have to change the Win-modem etc - but newbie is not sure what, if any, config changes needed on the HD's. My old PC had 2-4GB HD's (suse only on one / Win 98 on the other) and set to dual boot defaulted to Win. It all worked fine, but did not know if I need to set the new 160GB as slave etc. Any instruction appreciated, and more detail is better for this newbie Paul


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