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-The Dell BIOS on these is usually good enough to autosense with all of the drives in auto - which is what these are fixed to at the hardware level.
+The Dell BIOS on these is usually good enough to autosense with all of the drives in auto - which is what these are fixed to at the hardware level. If only this was an 8300 then all you’d need is a SATA I compatible SSD…
Plug it into the primary IDE for primary and secondary for a secondary drive and that’s all you generally need to do. If it isn’t correct, you can override it in these machines at the BIOS level by manually changing it.

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The Dell BIOS on these is usually good enough to autosense with all of the drives in auto - which is what these are fixed to at the hardware level.
-Plug it into the primary IDE for primary and secondary for a secondary drive and that’s all you generally need to do. If it isn’t correct, you can override it in these machines at the BIOS level.
+Plug it into the primary IDE for primary and secondary for a secondary drive and that’s all you generally need to do. If it isn’t correct, you can override it in these machines at the BIOS level by manually changing it.

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The Dell BIOS on these is usually good enough to autosense with all of the drives in auto - which is what these are fixed to at the hardware level.

Plug it into the primary IDE for primary and secondary for a secondary drive and that’s all you generally need to do. If it isn’t correct, you can override it in these machines at the BIOS level.

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