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Replacing "C" drive

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I replaced my "C" drive (XP-Home) and now it will not recognize my existing slave. It shows up in computer management as a dynamic drive and after following their porocedure in the help section using the command prompt, the final message was "this system does not support dynamic drives". Problem is it never left the computer. Only the "C" drive was replaced. There is no drive letter assigned so it doesn't show up in windows explorer. I moved all my files to it and have programs installed and now i can't access it. HELP!!!
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XP Pro can recognise and read data on dynamic volumes, but XP Home can't.
Did you by any chance have a different version of Windows installed before you replaced the system drive?
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