Hi Guys. First, sorry for my bad english. If it is a little misunderstanding, just ask anything. So, I have a "mini-PC" from when I was 8 years old ( This year I'm gonna be 18). Those from Portugal, may remember the "Magalhães" or the "e-Escolinha" project. The one I have is the first version. Basically, it has these specs: CPU - Intel® Celeron M 900MHz Processor Chipset - Intel® 915GMS Screen - TFT 8.9" WSVGA (1024x600) RAM - 1GB DDR2 667 Hard Disk- 40GB ( At Windows Devices Manager, the HD says: "SAMSUNG HS040HB ATA Device"; It was supposed to be 30GB, but mine has 40GB lol) Graphics Card - Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 915 OS - Windows XP Professional / Linux (Actually, I have there W10 Home installed... a little Slowpoke, but, who cares) Network - 10/100M Ethernet802.11b/g WLAN Keyboard - Water Resistant Keyboard Batery - Iões de Lítio (Li-Ion) with 4 ells Audio - Codec AC97 Dimensions - 245 × 196 × 44 mm Weight - <1.45 Kg Interface - 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 SD slot Actually, I use it as something to test new things, just like trying to make an webserver or installing various Linux distros just to see if they are interesting. But, going to the center of the question, today I've found this tuturial to use and old hard disk as a USB device (http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/s...rd-drive-as-external-hard-drive-usbc-3605133/). After that, an idea came to me: "What if I used this Hard Disk as an USB Drive for the WiiU and boot this PC, when I want, via another USB". Since I have an 16GB USB stick that could be used to boot it, I wouldn't mind to do that. However, I've came with some questions: Using the USB to boot the PC would make it more slower than it is? I don't know it it is an hard disk problem or a problem at the PC itself, but, sometimes, the Hard Disk makes some noise just like a Tic-Tac. Actually, I have a workaround to prevent this ( folding a paper onto the size of the disk, put the paper above the disk and closing the lid of where the Disk stands. If it is a HD problem well, you can ignore the next question xD Some people that use an USB drive on the WiiU, need to use an Y-cable. With this Hard Disk as USB, would I need that? Or, in your opinion, this PC is a Relic and it should stay as it is, since it is 10 Years old and it still works, in opossition of my friends Magalhães, that stopped work after 2-3 years. Thanks in advance and, again, sorry for my bad english.