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Old 04-06-2005, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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well i got xp to work...i loaded 98 in one drive and xp in the other and it allowed me to put xp on one hard drive...it shows two hard drives...C and D ...both max cap of 186GB where did the 14gigs go on each...anyway.......how should i go about Raiding them in 0

or should i leave them as is and keep windows and what not on C drive and music/video files on D:...???
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manufacturers round WAY up when selling hds. i bought 2 160 gb drives and i get about 148. i think you should leave them unless you need it to be faster. then raid them.
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I would perfer to RAID tem if it is for a busniss then put them in Raid 1 if not Raid 0 will work.
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