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Old 02-11-2006, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok, i dont know if this is poss, but can i get a 10k HDD, say a 74gb or 36gb, and have the os and programmes and games ect installed on there, and then use my existing 120gb 7.2k hdd for just files and stuff?
that would work right? how do you set that up is it easy to do?
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yeah, of course you can do that.

To avoid complete confusion, I guess you could put just the raptor drive in when installing windows, and then install the other one afterwards.

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hey thats a good idea, thanks
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ok i just orderd a wd 74gb 10k hdd, and 4 80mm fand with blue lights, should look snazz on my case, subtle, sure is gonna be exciting come tuesday, along with my nwe reuter
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