OK, I installed two drives in the beast a
Plextor daul layer DVD burner and Sony CD burner and removed the odd one that came in it. Nic used driver guide toolkit and made a backup of all the drivers for the beast, (why we needed a fresh disk burner, oddball had a sticky door) So if we lose everything it won't take long to reinstall all fresh useing a new KEY. Yes that's on its way too. I hate the thought of thrwing away a VALID KEY but if it comes to it, it won't hurt bad. By continueing to use this valid key that is encrypted to an unavailibe XP Pro SP1 CD I am unable to do reinstall/repairs with my new version CD as far as I know. "You can never cross a bridge until you get there", lets move on.
I think I'm ready to change from FAT32 to NTFS. I thought we could clone to the fresh fromated other new 120 gig HD in it for safety then format it again when were done if all goes well. I have a few clone softwares, the one I use most is WD Lifegaurd, it works fine with other brands but STEALS the letter "C" when it does it. In this case since they would be Identical at that moment it won't matter. Making a clone is probably a waste of time, with the luck I'm having following your lead.
Your call. Lets change FAT to NTFS and do a little tweaking next. With the cooling system and monitoring this has we should be able to push it a little. BTW I found four more fans on the HardDrive lock boxes. 13 fans, and IBM was quite impressed yesterday but could not determine what it was made for.
1. Next PLEASE!
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