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Internal DVD /Mouse help


I have two questions:

1. In IE 7.0, everytime I use <ctrl> left click of mouse, it opens a new window. How do I set it so I may use the procedure to select mulitple items in a menu?

2. I am shopping for an internal CD/DVD RW. However in using newegg or tigerdirect, they give the connections but I have no idea which one is right for my computer. Nor can I find it in the specs of my manual.

I have a Dell Dimension 4600 with Windows XP, Intel P4 2.4 GHz. Which connection is right?


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The connection looks to be IDE or "PATA"

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It is not SATA.

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(NT) You can find you system DOCs on the Dell WEB.

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