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hey guys heres a question..
i have a completely brand new hard drive un partitioned and empty. if i was to connect this hard drive to my other desktop can i ghost it so that it partitions and copies it so that it is exactley the same

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It would only be of use to the PC you copied it from because the Operating System will expect to see a certain hardware configuration before it will load
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ok so how do i partition the hard drive to install windows xp as i do not know how
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How big is the drive, do you want it to remain as one unit or have partitions of different sizes
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i have given my hard drive to an ict technician at my school to mess around with it as he knows his stuff when it comes to computers
thanks for your help
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