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2 hard drive which effects system?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by HiddenStupid, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. HiddenStupid New Member

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    pretend I have 2 hard drive... internal is the primary and external is the secondary.

    is the internal primary the one that will effect the system? that will effect the how fast it read? know what im saying?

    and pretend I dont plan to have 2 hard drive... pretend I just buy a new internal hard drive and throw my old hard drive away... can I transfer all the stuff from my old hard drive to my new hard drive? and how di i transfer it? using usb?
     
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    WHAT?!?!

    Try to clear your big mix here up a bit....

    I'm almost getting does it affect my system?
    And can't I copy my drives?
     
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    question 1:
    pretend I have 2 hard drive. 1 is internal and the other is external. which will effect the system? I mean like... say like you run a mmorpg game through your hard drive... which hard drive will effect? I am guessing the internal?

    question 2:
    pretend I have a hard drive and I want to buy another one and replace it and throw the old one away. can I transfer all the stuff in the old hard drive to my new hard drive?
     
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    Ok..question one: whatever hdd the game is loaded on will be the one that the game uses.

    Question 2: uhh yeah I guess, but if you want to keep the os intact, you'd have to create an image of the drive. I would reload the operating system and copy and data you need.
     

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