Keep in mind you really need to get a new hard drive. Even though your current one is only six months old it's most likely IDE/PATA. You realy want an SATA hard drive. They are the standard now and much better than IDE/PATA drives.
Also most new motherboards only have one IDE channel (up to 2 devices), which means if you need two DVD drives you will not have room for both of those and the hard drive. So if you really want to use it you need to either give up one of the DVD drives, or get a PCI IDE controller card to add more IDE channels. Only having one IDE/PATA channel is compensated by having at least 6 SATA ports.
Or, what I have been recommending for those that have PATA hard drives is to put them in an external USB enclosure and use them for backups.
Also are you going to need to buy a new copy of windows?
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