Is it normal for my new hard drive to have a new partition from the old one?
I purchased this new computer, I saw a slot for an extra hard drive...so i set the jumper for slave on my OLD hard drive and installed it. I have since decided to leave it in my OLD computer and this is my question:
The new computer recognized the old hard drive as D. It appears that there is a partition on the New drive as C and E now. All of my installs seem to go on C. Is this normal or should they be going on the E Partition? It has a couple of folders on E but nothing that I have installed. Did I screw it up or is this normal function?
Thanks for your input,
This question was answered on September 14, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.Yes I would say its normal since you are now using the new one, its understandable for the new have those partitions.
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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on September 14, 2003