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Windows 7 HP 64-bit Reallocate my 120GB SSD as my C drive, D drive is

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Windows 7 HP 64-bit Reallocate my 120GB SSD as my C drive, D drive is 2TB HDD and E Drive is 2TB HDD


When trying to reinstall my Windows 7 HP 64-bit operating system on my PC

 - C:\120GB SSD, D:\2TB HDD(1st) & E:\2TB HDD(2nd) it unallocated my C:\120GB SSD


I now have C:\2TB HDD (1st) and E:\ 2TB HDD (2nd) - MEI = 5.9/7.9.


1) Could somebody state what should I do to correct the problem,

     so that PC = C:\120GB SSD, D:\2TB HDD, and E:\2TB HDD – MEI = 7.8/7.9?


2) What would be the correct paths where the following data defaults would be saved;

     A) Outlook 2007's e-mails

     B) Google Chrome's Version 40 Favorite's Folder and

     C) Internet Explorer's Version 11 Favorite's Folders?


3) I shall have to buy two external = > 2TB HDD.

    A) Could somebody also place links to excellent reviews to give an indication of which

         - External => 2TB Drives with backup softwares is best to buy (reliable), preferably with USB3?


4)   Are there any excellent Duplicate Finding Softwares (if possible free of charge) – supported with review links?

     Since it appears to be unsafe to use Cleaner Utilities such as;

     CCleaner, Advance SystemCare, Wise Care 365, Registry Cleaner and Glary Utilities, Norton Utilities

     Well definitely the following are probably completely useless; SpyHunter, and SpeedyPC Pro

     -  despite Officially recognised by Microsoft.


5) Problems caused directly and indirectly by Microsoft’s Softwares corrupting my computer.


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if you allready used the ssd than you should check if te cable's are good connected in te pc (power cable and the connection cable). if that isn't the problem you should connect the drive to an other PC and turn it on. i had te problem with my drive ones, i had to turn it on before i could find the drive in the Menu "My pc." connecting to an other pc is also helpfull if you wanna check if it still works.



hope i helped

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