First of all, I'm pretty sure everything that could be moved, copied and/or backed up has been done and some were done in multiples because of folders located in more than one place, but I figured the more the merrier. Better safe than sorry, I suppose. If I now remove the internal hard drive and for whatever reason need to put it back in the tower, will everything work like it did before the move to the enclosure? I also plan on removing the RAM to give to someone else to use, so obviously, I'd have to put one of the two I have back as well. Would it work then?
Second, am I right in assuming that the 'D:' drive is a partition on the internal HD along with the 'C:' drive so by removing the HD I'm getting BOTH drives, correct? If so, I think I'm ready to remove the hard drive to it's new home.
Lastly, I shouldn't have anything left in the tower of a personal nature if I'm removing the RAM storage and the HD. With no storage areas remaining and drives 'A:' and 'E:' are the floppy and CD drives, I have nothing left to worry about, even if I were to simply throw the tower away, right? With identity theft still on the rise, I want to be doubly sure I'm not ignoring any steps one should take to avoid this. I'm probably taking the tower to a place like BestBuy to recycle the parts, but you never know about employees that work in any given place either. I'm not paranoid or anything and I'd ALWAYS rather have someone reuse something than just throw something away, but I'm not taking any chances. I've been 'robbed' before, so if that's paranoia, than so be it!
Thanks for any advice you can provide. I know I'm worrying too much -- it's more worrying that I've forgotten something than anything else, so, again, thanks for the help and for putting my mind at ease.