Adding a second SATA drive to Vista Tags: Hard Drives SATA Windows Vista Storage Last response: September 19, 2009 12:18 AM in Storage Share idahoruss September 18, 2009 11:18:20 PM Can I add my old SATA drive to my new computer and transfer the data from the old drive to the new one? More about : adding sata drive vista Viking_AM September 19, 2009 12:18:56 AM Yes, you can. If you are looking just to move documents: Turn off Computer Disconnect Power Connect SATA drive to new computer with SATA Cable and SATA Power Power up computer Vista should automatically install drivers and detect drive You can then browse the files, and transfer them to your new HDD! Happy Computing! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Question about adding a second SATA hard drive that has Vista on it Forum SolvedAdding second drive to SATA card vs. motherboard PATA ports Forum SolvedAdding a second SATA hard drive Forum Adding a second sata hard drive to a dell optiplex 760 Forum Adding second SATA drive to DELL Precision 490 Forum Adding a second Sata drive to a Dell XPS 9000 Forum Adding a Second SATA Drive with Data on it Forum Adding second SATA drive to GA-8KNXP rev 1.0 Forum Vista wouldn\'t assign a drive letter to second sata drive Forum HP Pavillion laptop running vista wont see second internal SATA DRIVE Forum SolvedAdding a second drive without RAID Forum SolvedIssues adding second hard drive, help please! Forum SolvedAdding second sata HDD questions Forum SolvedAdding used hard drive as second hard drive Forum SolvedAdding a second hard drive. Forum SolvedAdding second HDD to old machine with both PATA and SATA connections Forum SolvedAdding second Hard Drive (2 questions..answer both please) Forum Adding a second disc drive, which shall be SSD. I got some questions. Forum SolvedAdding a SATA drive to an IDE setup Forum SolvedAdding a second hard drive for back up Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !