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NO MOre Power Cords I Power Supply

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I have just added a new hard drive to my computer and I want to stay with the old one as the HD for game , But when I went to install it there is no more power cord to give power to the extra HD. I have A CDR & CD ROM, HD & Internal Zip Drive.
What should I do are there plugs to convert one into two ? or will a new powwer supply with more connectors will be needed.
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by:pjknibbs
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You can get a converter to double up a power plug. I know because I've received them free with certain hardware before now! Where you'd buy one is another question.
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by:PCGuru
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Power splitters are available from most general electronics parts retailers. Just specify the type needed.

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ShaneCourtrille earned 50 total points
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Depending on what kind of video card you've got you may want to also consider upgrading your power supply.. especially if its something like a 230 or 250.. 2 HDs draw alot of power.. and you want your CDR to be a very happy customer when its burning stuff and not getting enough juice makes any computer component act funky..
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