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Old October 2, 2012, 10:55 AM
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In order to be able to "Hot-Swap" drives safely, make sure your S-ATA ports support AHCI and that it is enabled. Some BIOSes allow you to disable/enable the Hot-Swap feature of AHCI as well, so ensure that its enabled if you want to use that capablity.

Other than that, should work fine.
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