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Slave Drive for Data


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How would I set up a slave to store all new data, including the My Documents folder?

Edited by JVMD12732, 20 May 2005 - 12:53 PM.

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do you mena you need to know how to install the drive, or how to set it so data will store there?
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make sure the jumper on the hd id set to slave, then put it on the same ide as the boot drive. windows will automaticaly recognize it on startup. then you can copy and paste anything you want there.

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