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    New HD question
    I have quickly run out of space on the stock WD250 hard drive that came with my Mac Pro. I have purchase a 750GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 SATA II 7200RPM 32MB W/ Perpendicular Drive Technology but need some advive on how to configure my system. Do I just leave all alone and add the 750 on? Do I clone my system onto the new Seagate drive and add on the WD250 or just scrap it?

    Thanks to all that reply!

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    Feb 02, 2007
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    Quad 2.8GHz Mac Pro, Edge iPhone
    That's 100% your call really. No right or wrong way to do it.

    January 2008 Member of the Month

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    Mac pro Quad Xeon; 15" Retina Macbook Pro; macbooks (family); Macbook pro 17"; intel & G4 iMacs.
    The seagate is a quick drive, just clone your original drive onto the new one and change your boot drive
    Experienced computer user, applications programmer and component level service engineer but came to the Apple platform with intro of intel!. Pro-photographer and director of electronics company.

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