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How do I use one of my hard drives for storage?


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demirkol

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One of the hard drives is 60 gigs and the other 320 gigs. I want to use the 60 gigs for storage but I dont want to install XP on to it. Is there a way I could do this without installing XP?

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makai

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Why did you create a duplicate post? You asked the same question yesterday... Here
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when you install XP it offers you the choice of which hard drive to install on,

another idea, install XP on system that has only one harddrive, then add the second harddrive later as slave, make sure you have the jumpers set right though
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Since this is a duplicate topic, I am closing it. The original topic can be found HERE.

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