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there are detailed how to's on the internet ..search how to add a second hard drive step by step ..or post what you have got in detail :)
"A parmaeter has exceeded its normal operating range.."
When I select f1 to continue I get "Master Boot Record Error"
The new hard drive is from an old PC and I know works fine.
that error message usually occurs on a faulty hard drive .. but my guess and it is a guess is that the HD does not have a MBR ( master boot record) due to it never been a primary, you need to format it , in Bios set the master boot device in the PC to CDrom put your windows - Linux boot disk and boot from that ... follow on screen instructions ...
or get a floppy disk which has been formatted with the /s and fdisk on it