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If I buy a new hard drive for my 486-40, can I have both
in the computer at the same time?  What size?
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Yes you can have two hard drives at the same time. Your 486's BIOS may only be able to handle 2 Gig partitions so if you get a hard drive larger than 2 Gigs you may have to either partition it or use a third party disk manager
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yep i agree with goliath
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