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Hox can I save my music?

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Hi. This is my first post here and I'm pretty new to pc's.
I've got a pc with XP Pro w/SP3 and all updates, 1Tb WD hard drive, and a bunch of security stuff including Shadow Protect Desktop, which is an imaging app..
I want to install Media Monkey music manager and put my tracks on it.
I've read that I would be better off putting it on a separate partition from the system.

So how do I handle this?
If I put Media Monkey on E drive, will I have problems with it making a connection with the system after I've restored an image of C drive?
Is there a better way of doing this?

I don't want to lose my music and I am not savvy enough to be doing a lot of the things many of you are doing.
Thanks for any help.
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