Ordering a Seagate today....
And I have a question.....I probably have about 10 to 20 GB of data I want to transfer over, not much music but I would like my NES, Super NES, and N64 library transfered over, some saved game files for GH3 and Crysis, and some other games.
Is it possible to take the new hard drive, put it in my comp (will I have to removed the old HDD when I am doing this?), install windows, and then transfer files over? They won't be in RAID so I should be able to access the old HDD in Windows. Also, will I run into a problem installing the same Windows on this new HDD while it is still on the old one?
If not, what would be the best route to go with this? I can burn it to a DVD.....but I can't really think of any other solution.
Also, I just saw this......what is the Seagate ES.2? I have never heard anyone talk about them on here.
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