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Current version by: Dan ,

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YouYes You can connect two drives, that is it. You candrives internally.

You'll need to
remove the cd-rom and install the two you want to, orCD-ROM drive then you can install one of the two drives withyou want to. You'll need to swap out the other for the cd-rom. Acurrent drive.

A
set of directions to install the two drives and remove the cd-rom is available [guide|8958|here]. There

There
is no preferred location for the "boot drive" as you can select which drive to boot from when the mini starts up (by holding down the option key on the keyboard when you turn the mini on). But you'll need to install the OS on it first. You can also set the boot drive via the Startup Disk control panel.
YouYes You can connect two drives, that is it. You candrives internally.

You'll need to
remove the cd-rom and install the two you want to, orCD-ROM drive then you can install one of the two drives withyou want to. You'll need to swap out the other for the cd-rom. Acurrent drive.

A
set of directions to install the two drives and remove the cd-rom is available [guide|8958|here]. There

There
is no preferred location for the "boot drive" as you can select which drive to boot from when the mini starts up (by holding down the option key on the keyboard when you turn the mini on). But you'll need to install the OS on it first. You can also set the boot drive via the Startup Disk control panel.

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Original post by: Everett Vinzant ,

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You can connect two drives, that is it.  You can remove the cd-rom and install the two you want to, or you can install one of the drives with the cd-rom. A set of directions to install the two drives and remove the cd-rom is available [guide|8958|here]. There is no preferred location for the "boot drive" as you can select which drive to boot from when the mini starts up (by holding down the option key on the keyboard when you turn the mini on).

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