You do not need to do anything other than fit and configure the drives in bios so they are recognised. in windows if you see the drives just right click on drive and choose format windows will give them a drive letter each
You can set up your slave drives to each have a primary partition, but you don't need to. If you do, then each PRIMARY partition will be seen before the logical drives on your master HD. There are advantages to this approach. If you are constantly reading drive C:\ and writing to D:\ then have C:\ and D:\ on different drives will speed up the process.
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