Hi guys. I was using Linux for the last two years but finally caved in and bought an old computer for my girlfriend to use her iphone on. My question is whether I can just remove the hard drive I have on my Everex TC2502 Green gPC w/ Via C7-D Processor (Some quick specs 1.5 Ghz, 512 MB DDR2 533 MHz SDRAM, 80GB Hard Drive Disk, 7200 RPM, UniChrome processor IGP) to the "new" used IBM ThinkCentre S51 Desktop PC – Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz, 1GB DDR333, 40GB HDD, CD-ROM, Windows XP Pro (more specs small form factor, 2 expansion slots, 3GHz, 7200 RPM).
How do I set it up to where Windows is the main OS (primary driver), and I can access files eg music, photos and videos on the older computer?
I hope I provided enough tech details to assist solving this question, any other details, email and I will update asap. Thank you.
Hey, I don’t want to use Linux if I don’t have to. I was just wondering if there was any way I could use the 80GB of memory that are on the old computer, via making the new computer that is running Wondows only, a 120 GB computer? While I like Linux, we need to use Windows for the time being. Thannk you.

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