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  1. #1
    kimba
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    Default yah or nah to have xp in multiple drives

    advantge or not to have hard drive split into multi drives say C to be 15 gig and Games to be 15 gig and data to be10 gig?

    thanks kimba

  2. #2
    kiki
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    Default Re: yah or nah to have xp in multiple drives

    Just good management and if you OS dies, then you can delete it with no worries about losing data.

  3. #3
    kiwibeat
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    Default Re: yah or nah to have xp in multiple drives

    Yes 15 gigs for C: is best easier to do a clean reinstall without endangering your data files

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    Fire-and-Ice
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    Default Re: yah or nah to have xp in multiple drives

    It depends on what version of Windows your running but 15gig is probably more than twice what you need for even XP. If your planning to put your programs on a separate partition then 6gig ought to be ample for XP.

    Definitely have a separate partition for your data though. ;-)

  5. #5
    kimba
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    Default Re: yah or nah to have xp in multiple drives


    It depends on what version of Windows your running but 15gig is probably more than twice what you need for even XP. If your planning to put your programs on a separate partition then 6gig ought to be ample for XP.

    Definitely have a separate partition for your data thoug

    will be using xp home
    Can you give instructions please as to the setting up for two uses to have seperate identities if possible and using 3 partitions ?
    Can anyone give direction as to where good information is available?
    thanks from kimba

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