If I had any left to pull out. A few years back I bought my wife a Hewlett Packard Multimedia desktop, yup I'm a cheapskate, it was a demo and I got it new at half price with all the bells and whistles. Well recently I decided I wanted to add a second hard drive so I open it up to see where to put it and the damn thing is packed to the gills and the only space that would work is the internal personal media 'cage' which we don't use. In looking to see how to remove this extraneous, intrusive bit of hardware mounting I discover that attached to the back side is a second 250 GB hard drive. Now that I know a second one already exists I have to find out why the computer only sees one 250 GB drive and not two. The online specs tell me there are two with this machine and the HP online tech tells me there are two but doesn't know why one is invisible. I think the problem is jumpers missing from the back of the HDDs and the tech agrees with me and tells me the HDDs are not RAID configured. Now I have to look up RAID and with the second techs help I discover the computer does see both HDDs but reads them as one with the second HDD being listed as 'unallocated'. Ah hah!! The damn thing is RAID configured, not only that it's configured as RAID 0!!! Fuck!!! Now if I want to separate the two HDDs I have to 'ghost' C: to DVDs because all the data will be lost in the separation procedure. Fuck, fuck, fuck!! The moral of this story........ Build your own!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!