Check the BIOS and copy the data. Make sure your disk-preparation floppy is in the drive, and turn on your PC. Enter your PC's setup program and check that the BIOS for drives 1 and 2 is set to Auto so it will automatically detect the two drives and set up the correct parameters. Save the setup settings and reboot from the floppy disk. Follow the disk's directions to copy all data from the old drive to the new. After you're done, reboot your PC. It should start Windows normally. When you're sure everything is working properly, reformat your old drive (it no longer needs to be bootable, of course) to prepare it for new data.
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