Another of my dumb questions. I have two hard drives in my PC; one Samsung and one Seagate. They are both 40Gb. The D: drive is purely for back up purposes, and it is nearly full, so I have bought a replacement and will do the swap on the weekend.
Now the problem is this - how do I work out which is the boot drive and which is the back up?
In My Computer, right clicking on each drive and selecting Properties/Hardware merely brings up the drives in alphabetical order whichever drive I am investigating. No help there. Same thing happens in Disk Management - no matching of the drive specs to the brand.
Do I just take a punt and pull one, and then reboot? Presumably if it boots I got the right one; if it doesn't I didn't? Is it as scientific as that, or do you have some tricks I should learn?
Thanks for any assistance.