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triXterPUNK
07-10-2005, 02:39 AM
I have 2 drives in my computer. C: local drive and D: data. The C: is 40 gigs
and the D 80 gigs. I was wondering if there is anyway i can change the main
drive from C: to D: ... another words make my D: the local drive. I don't
know if there is any way to do this but if there is the help would be
appreciated... thx in advance

mdp
07-10-2005, 02:39 AM
Depending how much data you have on the D: drive, you might be able to ghost
your entire C: drive onto the D: drive then copy the files you want off of
D: onto C: Change the jumpers then reboot.

"triXterPUNK" <triXterPUNK@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have 2 drives in my computer. C: local drive and D: data. The C: is 40
>gigs
> and the D 80 gigs. I was wondering if there is anyway i can change the
> main
> drive from C: to D: ... another words make my D: the local drive. I don't
> know if there is any way to do this but if there is the help would be
> appreciated... thx in advance


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