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Old 12-30-2005, 04:33 PM   #11 (permalink)
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But I only have one hard drive...
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Maybe you have 2 primary partitions on the disk and installed on the second partition. Dunno.
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There are "removable disks" on C, E, F, and G. Are these all partitions? (Local disk on H
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Probably a disk reader (SecureDigital, Memorystick...)
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Old 12-30-2005, 05:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I guess the question I really need to know is will I be okay leaving my boot drive as H?
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what programs do you run that give you that error?
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AdAware for one... but I'm more concerned with other programs I try to install int the future giving me the error. The program still loads (which is weird) after I bypass that error message. Sometimes I just hit "continue" or "cancel" and it goes away and the program loads, but with AdAware the error message wouldn't go away at all.
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I do have card readers on this barebones system I bought. It is the ASUS T2-PH1 barebone. If one of these "readers" is using the c: drive is it possible to just switch it to h: and the hard drive to c: through the system or do i have to do it inside the case?
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you cant just switch them like that, did you look at the page I posted? When you launch AdAware, what does it scan? Does it show H: drive in thr scanning?
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