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How to use my 32GB that shown in my laptop

i want to know how to use my 32Gb san disk driver next to my main
diver i want to use it in any way
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What is a "main diver"?

There are folk that want Windows, Android and other OSes to automatically use the various storage spaces. To that the answer is no. If you have a 32GB USB Stick or card, you have to explicitly save and load files to that space. Windows won't do this for you.

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PS. While these are used by ExpressCache software.

Your post is bereft of detail.

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what i want is only to setup the windows file on it not to use it i just want to install windows on that disk and boot from it i am not going to use it

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Re: setup Windows

So you want to use it to install Windows on. I think it's a very bad idea, but if you think it can be done just get your Windows installation disk and go ahead. But if it's now used as cache it won't make your system faster.

Don't complain if it doesn't work and you can't restore your system to its current state either. Then - until you paid the maker to fix it - you've got a nice although expensive paperweight.

Kees

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Re: SSD

Usually, you use the SSD for to install Windows and programs on, and the HDD to store data on.
But 32 GB is too small for that. So I suppose it's just there to be used by the system for caching, not by you to store things on. That's what Bob suggested also.

It would make a rather fast laptop.

Kees

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