Yeah, what they are saying and that pretty bloody confusining!
As I understand, I would only have to worry about this bit?
However, if you are adding the new hard disk to the existing
one, you need to change the jumper settings to slave. The jumper is a
small piece of plastic with 2 metal contacts inside to connect two pins
together. It is usually located next to the IDE and power cable
connectors on one side of the hard disk. It will be set to Master as
default, you need to look at the label on the top side of the hard disk
and find out where you need to place the jumper to set it to slave
So as I understand - on every hard drive, there is connection for
Primary and slave? And what I have to do is to take the jumper out from
C drive's primary and plug it into slave And
opposite with D drive
Oh volume labels, I knew what they were, just didnt know what they were
called. I names my C drive "cimkin" and D drive "dimkin"
I exatly understand your idea, and its perfect
but the thigs is that I think my C drive is slower, so that wouldn't be
good to have OS on it. Btw, how can I find out how fast it is?
Edited by dimkin, 12 June 2005 - 06:35 PM.