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I have a Baige Power Macintosh G3 Mini-tower.  Can I install a second IDE hard drive.  If yes, what are the steps I should take.
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Yes you can. You need to set it up as a slave hard drive to the one you have in there already. You will end up with a Master and Slave drive. Details on configuration etc are available from apple at http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/artnum/n24342
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Thanx for the help!
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