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installing an additional hard drive G5


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What's up all. I picked up a new Seagate 120GB SATA drive last night and when I went to install it into my G5 1.8 the cables are wrong.

They seem to have designed the cabling in a weird way.

Anyone have an idea of what kit is needed for this and where I can get it?

Thanks all.

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