bumping for sush.
tg, since it's a ide type device, it's most likely compatible with your system. so long as you don't have too many drives installed (most systems allow a primary ide drive and a slave, and a secondary ide drive and a slave), your system should just treat the cdrom drive as another hard disk.
it should come with any necessary audio cables, but i doubt you would need one. it should output the audio thru your sound card.
the only trick is to make sure it fits in your case, and the ide cable can reach.
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