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Installing Windows on a SATA Hard Drive

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Nvm, got win xp working on it.
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does your bios recognize that your new hard drive doesnt have a partition on it?
or does your bios even notice that its there?

EDIT: also.. im not sure if yo have to do this.. is your new hd pinned as master o.O
i also dont think win98 is compatible with sata
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