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Danger
22-01-2003, 10:24 PM
Why do the firewall and antivirus have to be on C:? Mine arn't. They seem to work ok.

Danger
22-01-2003, 10:28 PM
And just did a search for wincabs, couldn't find it. Sounds good to be able to format without using the disc. Could someone please elaborate how to do this?

tweak\'e
22-01-2003, 11:09 PM
generally they are running all the time and it helps with speed. also they intergrate with windows (exspecially norton) and can end up with problems due to being on a seperate drive. i also find goback runs a whole lot better if the goback.bin is on c as well, its just a speed thing. my general rule of thumb is anything that runs at startup should be on c.

wincabs...you can copy over the cab files off a windows disk to the harddrive. i just call the folder wincabs but you can call it anything you like. i usually use UBD (ulitmate boot disk) when install OS's which has a good cab copy. once the cabs are copied over you can start the install from the harddrive which makes it so much faster.

i might just have to do a partition faq part 2 :)