Much the same thing that every other hard drive looks like -- a metal framed object with power wires and a data cable connected at the back end. (Just wondering: If you can't identify it, why do you wish to remove it?)
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Have not used this system in 8 years and wish to recycle after removing the hard drive which contains personal, sensitive info. Once removed, guess I'll smash the HD with a sledge hammer and garbage it. I'm not a techie person.
Note too that by today's standards, a 128MB drive is probably too small to be worth the effort of recovering unless you're building a dedicated-application machine. A single application can be larger than that these days.
It's going to look alot like this. This is a Western Digital but a Maxtor will look very similar.
I agree with ork' but I'm no more the wiser as to what it is you're asking. 386 - does it run? L