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Two Hard Drives

by Peter Mowatt / September 30, 2005 1:18 AM PDT

I have a PC with one 80GB Hard Drive, which, of course holds the WindowsXP Home operating system and all the other Programs for which I hold Installation Disks plus all my personal stuff (My Documents). If I had two Hard Drives, could I have Windows XP plus all the Programs for which I have Disks, one "Hard Drive One" and all my "My Documents" plus my Video Editing files on "Hard Drive Two"? Would this be simple? How would I go about arranging it?

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Yes you can but would cause problems
by ElectronixEshop / September 30, 2005 1:28 AM PDT
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you can move your Videos and your documents to drive 2 but for the programs i suggest reinstlling them on drive 2 beause if you move them from drive 1 to drive 2 it would cause errors and programs to become unstable so yes you can move files over to drive 2 by just draging and droping the files on to drive 2

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A right click away...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 30, 2005 1:30 AM PDT
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If I right click, propertied on my documents, there is a MOVE button to move my documents somewhere else.

As to your video editing, that is specific to your video editing software. Use it's settings to use the other drive.

Bob

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