Diemmess 10:26 17 Jan 2006

Do you need to partition the slave drive at all?

You seem to have your XP OS on C: and if your applications are on D: that makes sense because you can keep a system backup image relatively small,and store it on the Slave along with vital data in case the Primary HD should go pearshaped.

So if you have a slave for storage, then make new folders to contain backed up things you might need some day and make as many folders as necessary to identify what you have there, but from what you describe, I don't see a reason to partition your Slave drive at all.

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