Hello I am lafayette (sparkplug), I have been into computer building since I was 15 (3 years ago). I built my first computer with a budget of $440, around an asus m2a-vm. 4 gigs budget ram, amd athlon x2 2.8ghz (iirc), asus 9600gt (open box discount), a super multi dvd burner, memory card reader. My computer was running way higher then my expectations at the time.
I closed my computer case for a while so I can work on my 1990 toyota supra turbo. (support your local supras!!
A few months ago I got bored and wanted more out of my computer. I then equipped it with an amd phenom x3 2.8 ghz (oc'ed to 3.1ghz but had heating issues so left it at 3.0ghz) 4gb (2x2gb) kingston hyperx, and a new 9800gtx from evga.
I now have a msi vr630, it is a great laptop!! 3 gb ram, amd turion x2 64 bit 2.0 ghz cpu, nvidia geforce 9100m g, memory card reader, bluetooth, webcam, etc...
but msi did a few brainless things with this notebook I am trying to work out, 1 being 2 seperate partitions, 1 for os and 1 for all other misc files I save to my computer, the only problem is the os is saved under the c: partition so all my files automatically save to that 40 gb partition, I am then left copying and pasting everything from my 40 gb c: partition over to my 250 gb d: partition.
I am trying to find a way to either get all my files to automatically save to the d: partition or switch my os to the d: partition
Looking forward to 'talking tech' lol