...and you could have a different style power cord too, molex or sata. If you have a SATA hard drive, then it has the flatter SATA power cord, but if its PATA then it will have the bigger Molex style power cord.
The software that comes with these upgrades is pretty good. I usually just plug it into an open sata port, boot the PC, windows recognizes it, and then run the software. I just upgraded from a 250 to 1gb last month. After upgrading I left the old hard drive connected and now use it for Acronis backups.
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